Tag Archives: RAM

Crossbar Creates Resistive RAM

RRam Technology

The new RAM from Crossbar is not only half the physical size of NAND RAM, but it is also 20 times faster writing at around 140MB/s. Need more reasons to check out this new memory technology? It's less draining on power, using 20 times less power and lasts 10 times longer than NAND.

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Dell Offering PC With 192GB of RAM

Fuck the hard drive. That shit is so 1997. Why bother with storage when you can just call up dell for a PC and store everything in the RAM. What, you haven’t heard? Dell is offering the Precision T7500 workstation, which comes with abnormal amount of RAM slots (16 to be specific). Each slot can take a PC10600 stick up ...

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CyberPower’s Core i7 Gaming PC: The Black Pearl

Intel’s Core i7 processors are wicked fast. Faster than that new Lamborghini we know nothing about. Of course, the earliest devices that will utilize the processor are gaming PCs. The Core i7 was officially launched yesterday and computer companies like CyberPower are already stocking the assembly lines with this quad-core powerhouse. CyberPower unveiled its latest and fastest gaming PC, the ...

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Laptop That’s So Small It’s Practically Useless

It’s official – laptops can’t get any smaller. If they did, reading and typing on them would be an impossible task. I thought the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 was small, but the IMOVIO iKIT takes the cake. The cupcake, that is. This thing is unnecessarily too small. It’s dimensions are 95 x 65 x 15.5 mm and it weighs almost ...

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Lenovo’s First Shot At Netbooks

Computing isn’t always about raw power and trying to build the best gaming rig out there. Sometimes the simple bare necessities will suffice. Lenovos first netbook, the IdeaPad S10-42312CU, comes with all the bare necessities you’ll ever need to surf the web. Featuring a 10.2-inch 1024600 widescreen display, an Intel Atom N270 single core processor running at 1.6GHz, GMA 950 ...

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Oops! I Stepped On My Computer!

This computer sure is tiny. Fit-PC Slim is the ultimate mini-rig for anyone who isn’t satisfied with USB drives as a means of transporting data. It’s dimensions are 110 x 100 x 30mm and it packs a mean 500MHz AMD Geode LX800 processor, Ethernet jack, VGA output, WiFi, and a 2.5-inch hard drive option for taking data on the go. ...

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Commodore Comeback

In the wake of the Commodore 64 LAN party comes a new breed of laptop. Commodore is pulling a Steve Jobs, as in: you heard it was dead, but it was all lies. It’s making a comeback with a netbook, go figure, it’s the UMMD 8010/F. Compared to the Commodore 64, it’s loaded. The UMMD 8010/F has a 10″ screen ...

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IE8 Demands More Memory Than WinXP

Here’s something out of left-field that I don’t think anyone except the geniuses at Microsoft expected. In recent tests, it’s been revealed that Internet Explorer 8 uses twice the memory of Firefox. As if that wasn’t enough to blow your mind, get this shit: In a test involving IE8 Beta 2, IE7 and Firefox 3.0.1 10 rich media sites were ...

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Rumor: Dell E Mini Notebook For $299 In August

We’ve all seen Dell’s E mini notebook that’s piss small with an 8.9-inch screen but details haven’t emerged aside from specs – until today. Rumor has it that the Dell E is going to ship sometime in August for – wait for it – an astonishing $299. At that price, you’d expect a terrible system but you’ll find decent specs ...

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Running 150 Apps On A MacBook Pro At One Time

What would it look like if you were running 150 separate applications at once on a MacBook Pro, and is it even possible? Probably something like this. The owner of this 2.2 GHz MacBook Pro with 4 GB of RAM (the same notebook I have) claims that he can run all of his 150 applications at once, with the computer ...

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