Re: More on Gigabyte's i-RAM

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Subject: Re: More on Gigabyte's i-RAM
Name: Bob
Date: 1/28/2006 6:59:22 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: More on Gigabyte's i-RAM posted by LED

Still with my way of thinking I would use DDR2 to save money or DDR3 RAM for people with big bucks & use the PCIe interphase who care's if the driver takes longer to boot up. Then make the card tall so the RAM can be turned 90 degrees & get 8 to 16 sockets on one side. Besides leave room to expand to at least 2MB & 4 MB's sticks of RAM, now this is smoking. This would be a product some servers would be quick to upgrade to besides us crazy people. I have have large RAM drives & yes even that slow stuff back then in the past, well the HD's were much slower to, then what we have now but the difference was hundreds if not thousands of times faster. Drives were so small & programs were zipped up for storage & unzipping them to a RAM drive was the best. Even put the OS there so no reason to leave the HD on LoL. Besides the games started up & ran so much faster that way it was the best. Thou now days no one knows how to make a compact program or OS many could use the xtra RAM.
BTW my saying should be I want it all, yesterday.

Common Buses and their Max Bandwidth
PCI 132 MB/s
* brackets is bi-directioinal speed
PCI Express 1x 250 [500] * MB/s
PCI Express 2x 500 [1000] * MB/s
PCI Express 4x 1000 [2000] * MB/s
PCI Express 8x 2000 [4000] * MB/s
PCI Express 16x 4000 [8000] * MB/s
PCI Express 32x 8000 [16000]* MB/s
AGP 8X 2100 MB/s
IDE (ATA100) 100 MB/s
IDE (ATA133) 133 MB/s
SATA 150 MB/s
Gigabit Ethernet 125 MB/s
IEEE1394B 100 MB/s [firewire]

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