DigiTimes reports that ATI is officially claiming that their new SB600 southbridge will make its debut in May. With ATI's initial southbridge designs being less than stellar in the eyes of the community, many motherboard vendors chose to opt for a southbridge designed by ULI. With NVIDIA acquiring ULI, many design wins for ATI chipsets were suddenly drawn in question as supply of the ULI southbridge was questionable at best. With ATI's SB600 supposedly being significantly better than previous offerings, seeing this chipset ready in May is music to the ears of ATI fans.
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