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ASUS Ships A7VL-VM Socket A - ASUS Ships A7VL-VM Socket A
Wed Apr 11, 2001 | 7:32P| PermaLink

ASUS Ships A7VL-VM Socket A Motherboard with Integrated Graphics
Taipei, Taiwan, April 3, 2001 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (TSE:2357) today announced the release of a new socket A motherboard, the A7VL-VM. This powerful micro-ATX motherboard supports AMDr Athlon? and Duron? processors up to 200MHz FSB and features an integrated VIA chipset, the ProSavage? KL133. The A7VL-VM represents a highly cost-efficient motherboard with a wealth of onboard features that lets system integrators maximize the socket A platform.

The A7VL-VM will do more than you expect. With help from the KL133 North Bridge, the A7VL-VM supports excellent integrated AGP 4X graphics. Optional onboard audio and LAN controller deliver high-quality sound and connectivity while minimizing overall system costs. This affordable board comes with a comprehensive bundle of software for hardware monitoring, virus protection and efficient operation.

Key Features of the A7VL-VM:
- Supports socket-A AMDr Athlon? and Duron? GHz processors
- VIAr VT8364 ProSavage? KL133 with integrated graphics
- VIAr VT82C686B "Super South Bridge" PCI chipset
- Supports 200 MHz FSB
- Onboard 3D graphics
- Two Dual In Line Memory Modules (DIMM) sockets support 1G PC133/VC133 memory
- Two UltraDMA/100 IDE interfaces for up to four devices
- Realtekr LAN Controller (optional)
- Creativer PCI Audio/AC'97 Compliant 3D Audio (optional)
- Three PCI 2.2 compliant slots
- Four USB ports
- WOL, WOR Support
- 2Mb Awardr and BIOS
- Bundled software from PC-cillinr, Cyberlinkr and Intelr
- ASUSr PC ProbeT and LiveUpdateT software


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