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Tyan Announces KX133 Motherboard
Date: Friday February 25, 2000
Category: Press Release
Manufacturer Link: Tyan Discus -- BBS
Tyan Computerr continues its first-to-market tradition by launching the New! Trinity K7T. The Trinity K7 is based on the VIAr KX-133 chipset and designed for the desktop PC market.

HANNOVER, Germany (February 24, 2000)
- Today, Tyan Computerr continues its first-to-market tradition by launching the New! Trinity K7T. The Trinity K7 is based on the VIAr KX-133 chipset and designed for the desktop PC market. Added to the award-winning Trinity family, its leading-edge design supports the AMDr Athlon processor and is geared for Performance PC users that require flexibility for future expansion and upgradeability. Supports 200 MHz frontside bus (FSB) and 4x AGP both enable customers whose requirements include increased data transfer rates and top-notch graphics performance. Desktop users running broad business and PC gaming applications will benefit from the diversity of the Trinity K7. Trinity K7 is available today and is priced below $110 US$ in OEM quantities.

Trinity K7's Flexible Design

Trinity K7, based on the VIA KX-133 chipset, supports up to three standard 168-pin DIMM sockets. Both PC100 and PC133 SDRAM are supported providing more flexibility for Performance PC users. Trinity K7 is designed for 3D gaming, CAD, CAE, and CAM applications with support of up to 4x AGP for maximum graphics capabilities. Trinity K7 is equipped with 200 MHz frontside bus, the fastest in the industry, and supports today's fastest Athlon prcoessors. "By providing the user with 6 PCI slots and 4 USB connectors," remarks Danny Hsu, Product Marketing Director at Tyan Computer, "Trinity K7 provides tremendous flexibility and expandability ideal for entry-level workstation and server applications." Trinity K7 is priced below $110 in OEM quantities with a three-year manufacturer's warranty and available now.

Trinity K7 (S2380) Features:

  • VIA KX-133 & 686A Chipset
  • Single Slot A, support AMD K7
  • 200 MHz Frontside Bus Support
  • On Chip Audio + AC'97 Codec
  • 4x AGP Support
  • 3*DIMM, PC100/133 SDRAM, Up to 768 MB Memory
  • 6*PCI (1 PCI/ISA Combo), 1*AGP, 4*USB
  • ATX Form Factor (12" x 8.3")

Award-winning Trinity Series

The Trinity series is comprised of highly expandable system boards, which allow maximum scalability and flexibility for broad business and PC gaming applications. Other Trinity boards include the Trinity 400, the most award-winning board in the Tyan family, and the Trinity 371. The Trinity 400 board, also based on a VIA chipset, offers users PC133 memory support, and 4x AGP support for an overall flexible and reliable solution. Trinity 371 is based on Intel's 440 BX AGPset and provides support for 6 PCI slots for expandability and upgradeability. Both the Trinity 371 and the Trinity 400 are Slot 1 and Socket 370-connectors thereby protecting the user's investment during CPU slot to socket migration.

For further information about Tyan or any of its products, contact the company at 3288 Laurelview Court, Fremont, CA, 94538; call (510)-651-8868; or fax (510)-651-7688.  Visit the company's web site at


Tyan, founded in 1989 by long-time Intel and IBM executive Dr. T. Symon Chang, designs, manufactures, and markets advanced system board technology. Its products are sold to OEMs, systems integrators, VARs and resellers worldwide. During the nineties, Tyan has consistently been one of the fastest growing technology companies in the U.S. Tyan was named to the prestigious INC 500 in 1997 (19th fastest growing U.S. company) and in 1998. It was also ranked by Deloitte & Touche as one of the USA's "Fast 500" as well as one of Silicon Valley's "Fast 50" companies in 1998.

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