SiS (Silicon Integrated Systems) has been a little quiet over the past year as far as their AMD chipset front goes. After the SiS735 and SiS745 AMD K7 success, it has been a downhill battle from there. When they later launched the SiS746/746FX into the world, the market had changed and power users such as us wanted features instead of just plain vanilla. Although the SiS746/746FX was by no means an utter failure, it had nothing that we were craving. It had no support for SATA and other features that we wanted at the time. Add to that, motherboard manufacturers were viewing SiS as a source for a cheap platform that would be attractive to the OEM market rather than the enthusiast and DIY sector. In return, we got motherboards that were just that: plain vanilla with absolutely no feature set.
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