Posted on Wednesday, August 20 2003 @ 6:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Asus today launched a new motherboard according to DigiTimes. The P4S800D-Deluxe motherboard which is based on the SiS’s 655FX
chipset. The motherboard supports an 800MHz FSB and dual-channel DDR400 memory, also interesting is his Prescott support.
The motherboard will also include a proprietary Wi-Fi slot based on the 802.11b standard, enabling home wireless LAN using a software AP (access point). An integrated 3COM 3C940 controller enables support for Gigabit LAN, and an integrated audio codec enables six-channel stereo.
Socket 478 for Intel Pentium 4/Celeron
Intel Hyper-Threading Technology and next-generation Prescott CPU-ready
SiS 655FX+ 964
Dual-channel DDR400 memory
Exclusive Wi-Fi slot based on the 802.11b standard
AGP 8X slot
Six-channel CODEC with S/PDIF out interface
Asus CrashFree BIOS 2, Asus CPR, Asus EZ Flash, Asus MyLogo, Asus Instant Music Lite
Source : DigiTimes