OK, here is where I piss off readers, other publications and even manufacturers. I believe that there are way too many hardware publications and authors that just don’t get it. They don’t get it because their readers either don’t get it either. And they don’t care because the manufacturers reward them for not getting it. There are certainly a few publications that do get it, and there are some readers that do as well, but the vast majority do not, in my opinion.
If you are still looking for a good way to organize your system to make hardware and software upgrades easier, take a look at this scheme. It must might be what you are looking for.
Recent news articles have shaken up many followers of the technology sector. Perhaps there is really nothing sinister in the events after all?
We take a second look at the power dissipation of DDR vs. SDRAM, this time with equivalent speed modules
<P>According to figures provided by Micron, PC1600 DDR SDRAM dissipates only half the power of PC133 SDRAM. This could be an important factor in the decision regarding what memory will be used in mobile and server platforms over the coming months</P>
Today, Micron has announced the followup of the Samurai chipset to support the newest Pentium III processors.