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What is it?

Discussion in 'General' started by seagull, 3 Nov 2004.

  1. seagull

    seagull What's a Dremel?

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  2. ajack

    ajack rox

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    Do you have the £28,319.99 to pay for it?
     
  3. LAGMonkey

    LAGMonkey Group 7 error

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    ooo errrr misses...that is a strange one.
    My guess is that its a plug in module for your XP CPU :)D)
    i.e....

    CPU
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    plug in module
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    ZIF socket on mobo

    Granted i could be horribly wrong ut it just reminds me of those "things" (realy cant remember what they were called) back in the day when you could plug your pentium 200mhz into and it would speed that up to somthing faste....overdrive?, evershum? over-my-head?, over-speed?? god i cant remember :wallbash:. But i hope you get the idea
     
  4. <A88>

    <A88> Trust the Computer

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    Buy one and find out :cooldude:

    <A88>
     
  5. Krikkit

    Krikkit All glory to the hypnotoad! Super Moderator

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    Buy one, find out what it is, send it back within a week as an unwanted item within a week.
    or

    :search:
     
  6. :: kna ::

    :: kna :: POCOYO! Moderator

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    If it's still on the site tomorrow, I'll ask our account manager.
     
  7. Herbicide

    Herbicide Lurktacular

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    It would seem to be add on cache! 2Gb of it! for a certain processor model (I couldn't tell you which one...)

    - H.
     
  8. Matt_117

    Matt_117 What's a Dremel?

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    I do believe my fellow Worksopian (Herbicide) is correct.

    2GB cache. Wow. :jawdrop:
     
  9. logan

    logan flashback!

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    :D
     
  10. GMan

    GMan Minimodder

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  11. Carbon

    Carbon Banned

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    there is also a 4GB version available for around £60k :eeek:
     
  12. ToM

    ToM mmmm, blud

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    my god

    2gb cache, bye bye cpu bottle neck for next gen gfx cards tbh

    when is bigz gonna do some benchmarks with these then?
     
  13. GMan

    GMan Minimodder

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    That would be sweet. Too bad it's for a a disk array, not a processor....
     
  14. SuperFreak

    SuperFreak What's a Dremel?

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    I think I rather take the money...
     
  15. seagull

    seagull What's a Dremel?

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  16. Mr. Red

    Mr. Red Minimodder

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    So basicly this is a server class RAM drive?
     
  17. seagull

    seagull What's a Dremel?

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    Could be, I not honestly got the foggiest! :)
     
  18. GMan

    GMan Minimodder

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    No, it's an add on cache memory module for HP Storage Works Disk Arrays.

    8 Port, 1 to 2 Gbps auto-sensing,Fibre Connection,long-wave, Client-Host Interface Processors: Client Host Interface Processors (CHIPs) provide connections to host or servers that use the XP1024 for data storage (either directly connected to the servers or through SAN switches). :D
     

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