FIC ships 440LX AGP board

On the day Intel formally released its 440LX, First International Computer (FIC) claimed to be the first to ship a motherboard based on the chipset.
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Taiwanese giant FIC's KL-6011 is based on Intel's 440LX AGPset - to give it its full name - and provides Pentium II system makers with native support for Intel's 64-bit Accelerated Graphics Port architecture as well as dual-independent bus, SDRAM, Ultra DMA/33, ACPI power consumption, SuperDisk 120Mb floppy drives and other features in an ATX format board. The board supports clock speeds beyond 300MHz but FIC doesn't specify a maximum tolerance.

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