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Old 27th August 2009, 12:51   #1
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Default Intel Braidwood memory tech is gone

Braidwood is completely removed from roadmap and there are no indications that Intel will get this technology back on the track for an introduction. Braidwood was supposed to speed up the computer boot-ups and overall operations, and looked like a better version of Intel’s turbo memory. Well it won't happen anytime soon.

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