Intel has had integrated chipsets for it's Celeron and Pentium 3 processors coming out of it's ears with offerings from Via (PM and PL133), Sis (630) and their very own Intel 815 and of course the dreaded i810. ALi have since ventured into this market with intersting but uninspiring ways of incorporating the TNT2 chipset into a Northbridge. AMD has had very little by comparison to pair up with it's Duron for a cheap but effective desktop solution for those consumers who want to have a little productivity, a web-browser and the occasional game. The only integrated solution prior to Via stepping in was from Sis with the downright terrible 730s.
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