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     Buffalo to launch DDR3
      Posted on 26/04/2007 at 22:53 by Nicolas - source: Buffalo
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    Buffalo, the memory manufacturer, announced to have scheduled the production of the first DDR3 memory modules at the end of the month. These will be DDR3-1066 modules or PC3-8500. The prices announced in Japan correspond to 580€ and 1090€ (respectively for 2x512 MB and 2x1 GB) after conversion and including VAT.


    These high prices for the first DDR3 modules in shops are a bit pointless though considering that the first chipsets supporting this norm, the P35 Express, will only be launched at Computex in the beginning of June. Let's hope that at this date, prices will have dropped.



     AGP graphic cards in 2007
      Posted on 26/04/2007 at 13:13 by Damien
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    Although the majority of graphic cards today are in PCI Express format, there are still AGP models offered by AMD/ATI and Nvidia or a partner that has taken the initiative to release an AGP version of a recent card. We decided to bring together all recent AGP solutions and compare them to several reference cards in order to help those who might want to make a final update to their AGP system.

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