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Old 9th December 2004, 16:19   #1
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Default yril's Non-exhaustive Guide to New Hardware Technologies Part I: Memory

This is the first of a multi-part series aimed at answering those questions, and providing a closer look at these new technologies. Today I will be focusing on new memory technologies: dual-channel, and DDR2.

These past eighteen months have been quite exciting: they have seen the coming of the first 64-bit desktop chips, the first desktop alternatives to PCI, AGP and IDE, the introduction of DDR2 memory, and the universal adoption of dual-channel by the mainstream desktop market. But what do these terms really mean, and more importantly, what implications do they have in the real world?
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