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Asus notebooks get Intel Turbo Memory

Posted on Sunday, July 29 2007 @ 13:25:45 CEST by


Asus released a press release this week to inform us that their Santa Rosa notebooks now feature Intel Turbo Memory for faster performance.

The firm says this will reduce boot time, improve application performance and startup, enhance Windows Vista and save energy.
Is there a better way to improve your notebook performance?
Intel Turbo Memory is poised to eliminate many of the bottlenecks associated with HDD latency. By allowing the majority of application workload to be written and read from a system cache instead of the HDD, Intel Turbo Memory will offer users of mobile computers built on the Santa Rosa platform significantly increased performance—particularly in application load and run time, resume speed and operation after hibernation or boot, and in system-level power usage.

Breakaway performance meets energy conservation
Intel Turbo Memory lets your notebook actually learn your habits to provide better system response. That´s because it stores frequently used information near the processor, where it is quickly available. Fast CPUs run even better with Intel Turbo Memory.

This entirely new system innovation for Windows Vista PCs is based on Performance Intel NAND Flash Memory (like the memory in an iPod or USB ´thumb´ drive), together with supporting software. It works alongside your system´s RAM, increasing efficiency between the processor and hard disk.



 



 

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