Motherboard makers pessimistic about Turbo Memory

Posted on Sunday, Jun 17 2007 @ 15:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes reports most motherboard makers are pessimistic about putting Turbo Memory in desktop computers.
Motherboard makers have the option to either purchase a Turbo Memory expansion card from Intel or purchase Intel's controller chip and NAND Flash to embed on the motherboard. Most of the makers will choose to put the technology on their motherboards, according to sources at motherboard makers.

With Turbo Memory only showing obvious performance when the system has very little memory, plus the fact the current prices for DRAM are cheap, Turbo Memory is expected to see difficulty when it hits the desktop market..


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