Gigabyte Displays i-Ram Successor

@ 2006/06/07
At Computex 2006 this year, Gigabyte is displaying the successor to its i-RAM storage device, the GC-RAMDISK. Gone is the PCI slot power interface and instead Gigabyte has made the GC-RAMDISK a 5.25” drive bay that relies on power from a Molex connector. SATA 300MB/s and up to 8GB of DDR2
Comment from Rutar @ 2006/06/07
dont know if it can compete with the flash HDs


Was the first one a success moneywise?
Comment from The Senile Doctor @ 2006/06/07
that's enough for any OS with bells and whistles
Comment from jmke @ 2006/06/07
How can it be designed for massive storage if it tops out at 8Gb...

 

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