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You all know my opinion on this matter and it has little to do with whether or not Rambus wins the litigation. RDRAM is superior, is creating superior solutions, and scales better than anything, including for those 4 ghz chips mentioned in the article. Your not gonna put out 4 ghz chips without a new memory standard.

Did you really miss out on nVidia's nForce? It's a dual DDR solution giving a total of 4.2 GB/s of bandwidth with superior latency. What can Rambus show for? 3.2 GB/s bandwidth with bad latency.


Not scalable you say? Samsung is sampling their new PC2400 DDR. In a future version of nForce, that gives 4.8 GB/s bandwidth. We are also seeing QDR on the horizon. By the time dual DDR reaches the end of its line, dual QDR will bring the bandwidth up to 6.4 GB/s bandwidth and beyond.



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