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     DDR2 to DDR convertor
      Posted on 22/08/2005 at 11:57 by Marc
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    HKEPC has tested a new unusual product released by Gigabyte, the GC-DDR21. This module plugs in a DIMM 240 pins slot for DDR2-SDRAM to install standard DDR-SDRAM (DIMM 184 pins).


    This solution is however far from being compatible with all motherboards. The GC-DDR21 only reroutes pins and do not includes any components. It is based on the specifications of the VIA PT880 chipset for which it has been designed.

    With the GC-DDR21, the GA-PT880 Pro Combo, which includes two DIMM DDR2 and two DIMM DDR slots, features four DDR slots.



     1000 Watts for Enermax
      Posted on 22/08/2005 at 11:46 by Marc
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    According to Hexus, Enermax will release in October the Galaxy. This power supply will provide up to 1000 Watts to the computer. Separately, the +3.3V, +5V and +12V reaches respectively 30A, 30A and 66A. The last figure is obtained with four distinct rails. However, even if these figures are very impressive and unless if you want to power two very big computers with a single power supply, this product won’t be really interesting in practice…




     New Canon range
      Posted on 22/08/2005 at 00:01 by Vincent
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    Canon unveiled today new printer ranges. As we indicated mid July, the new series featuring the iP1600, iP2200 and iP4200 includes a couple of surprises that some of you might not appreciate: Canon goes back to cartridges with printing heads for entry and middle range products. For high end products and separated cartridges, there won’t be any print heads but an identification electronic chip.


    Unofficial objective of this manoeuvre is of course to counter compatible products.

    We already received several products. As tests are good, we can’t stop ourselves from giving you the first raw results:

  • New monobloc cartridges are more expensive than the previous ones, but includes much more ink.

  • Printers are a bit faster

  • Color quality for photo mode is back to good. It was too red last year, and Canon came back to more reasonable tables.

    More details soon in a complete article.


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