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Gigabyte developing i-RAM 2

Posted on Monday, December 19 2005 @ 00:10:22 CET by


Gigabyte is preparing i-RAM 2, VR Zone reports.

The original i-RAM used DDR memory modules but the new model will use DDR2 memory modules and the data transfer interface will be SATA 3Gb/s instead of SATA 1.5 Gb/s.
It will be externally housed with by means of an external case or fitted into the 5.25" bay with eSATA interfaces. The number of memory slots are expected to double to 8 and you can have up to 16GB max memory.
Availability is planned for February 2006.



 



 

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