One of the first chipsets to support the latest and greatest from AMD, the AMD Turion 64 X2 for laptops, is from ATI. ATI has released a PCI-Ex chipset in the Radeon Xpress line, the 1100 series, which is designed to be able to throttle at up to 300MHz on its integrated X300 graphics card, 400MHz for a higher model revision, support native high resolutions and full DDR-2 support, leaving it a prime candidate for OEMs to use in building laptops around the Turion 64 X2. Neat stuff, and we may see it in the very near future, as Fujitsu, Gateway, HP and possibly others have already begun to use this chipset in development.