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|19th July 2004, 10:02||#1|
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Rambus Targets Graphics Cards with XDR Memory
Rambus may come back onto the market of mainstream hardware for personal computers with its XDR DRAM memory technology on the forthcoming generations of graphics cards. Sources close to the company said there have been negotiations between graphics chip companies and Rambus amid some memory makers’ hopes on the ramp of XDR for graphics applications.
XDR for Next Breeds of Graphics Processors?
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