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7VT600P-RZ
VIA KT600 Chipset  
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The 7VT600P-RZ is a great solution for the latest AMD AthlonTM XP 400FSB processor, Equipped with VIA's latest Apollo KT600/VT8237 chipset and a number of features, the 7VT600-P-RZ delivers a full-functioning platform with excellent performance. The Apollo KT600 is the successor of market-leading chipsets for the AMD K7 platform. It comes with a complete set of today's cutting-edge features and combined with VIA's brand new FastStream64TM memory controller technology, offers superior performance. The DDR400 memory support as well as the advanced 400MHz processor bus unleash the full power of AMD AthlonTM XP processors. The AGP 8X graphics aims at deriving maximum performance from the most powerful graphics accelerators. In addition, the new generation Serial-ATA interface with RAID function delivers superior input/output performance and solid data protection. The USB 2.0 and 6-channel audio are equipped to provide a complete solution for platforms used in both the home and office environment. The 7VT600P-RZ is definitely rated as the uppermost platform with its astonishing performance across a full spectrum of applications.
  • Supports AMD Athlon™ XP 400MHz FSB
  • Supports DDR 400 memory architecture
  • Supports AGP 8x interface for high quality graphics performance
  • 8 x USB 2.0 ports
  • Integrated SATA interface with RAID 0,1 function
  • Integrated 10/100 network connection
  • Integrated high quality 6-channel AC' 97 audio
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* Advertised performance is based on maximum theoretical interface values from respective Chipset vendors or organization who defined the interface specification. Actual performance may vary by system configuration.
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* Due to standard PC architecture, a certain amount of memory is reserved for system usage and therefore the actual memory size is less than the stated amount.