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Soyo Announces SY-K7VTA
Date: Thursday July 06, 2000
Category: Press Release
Manufacturer Link: Soyo
Features 200MHz System Interface Speed, Via KT133/KM 133 Chipsets, Support for 1GHz CPUs

FREMONT, CA (July 6, 2000) - SOYO, Inc. today announced the SY-K7VTA and

SY-K7VMM, a pair of new motherboards designed to maximize AMD's single Socket-A CPUs, including the high-performance Thunderbird and price-performing Duron processors to 1GHz.

SOYO's new SY-K7VTA pushes the microprocessor and chipset envelope to a new level with its Socket A-based support for AMD's Spitfire or Duron CPUs, VIA KT133 chipset and 200MHz system interface. The ATX form factor board supports all Socket-A based AMD CPU's to 1GHz. The board includes five 32-bit busmastering PCI slots, one 16-bit ISA slot and one AGP slot with 4X graphics support. The board uses standard SDRAM DIMM sockets with support to 1.5GBs of RAM.

The SY-K7VMM supports both Thunderbird and Duron CPUs, and features VIA's KM133 chipset and 200MHz system interface. The board excels as a high-performance component for consumer-oriented and space-saving systems with its embedded AGP 4Xgraphics chipset and built-in AC97 CODEC audio subsystem. The SY-K7VMM features three PCI slots and one AGP 4X slot. The board also uses conventional SDRAM, with two DIMMs socket, which hold up to 1GB RAM.

The advanced features of both boards make them perfect for functions such as digital content creation, 3-D graphics processing, commercial 3-D modeling, CAD/workstation, image compression, speech recognition, and a variety of mainstream applications.

With our Symantec software bundle,which includes Norton Anti-Virus, Ghost and Virtual Drive, and SOYO's jumper-free advanced configuration features our AMD Socket A boards are the highest performance, most flexible, and best-valued motherboards on the market, according to Ming Chok, SOYO Technical Manager.

Features present on both SOYO boards include: on-board Ultra I/O includes double stack back-panel connectors with four USB ports, one floppy disk port, two RS-232 serial ports, one parallel printer port, PS/2 Mini-DIN mouse & keyboard ports, and an IrDA port with optional cable for transceiver.

The SY-K7VMM is list priced at $135 U.S., and $150 for the SY-K7VTA for single boards. Volume discounts are available.

SOYO, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of SOYO Computer, Inc. Founded in 1985, with worldwide headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, and branch offices in Germany, Holland, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea, SOYO is one of the fastest growing major motherboard manufacturers in the world with 1999 sales of $315 million. The company sells its products through a Tech Data and a select group of resellers, system integrators, and VARs worldwide. SOYO's U.S. headquarters are at 41484 Christy Street, Fremont, CA 94538. For information, call 510-226-7696 or visit


SOYO is a registered trademark. Other product names are either trademarks or trade names of their respective holders.

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