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 Friday, 21-November-2003  22:31:03 (GMT +10) - by Agg

This news post is actually from Torment, who is back among the newsmonkey ranks again.. but it didn't work when he posted it this morning.

The Inquirer reports that Memory Firm Transcend said it had released DDR466/500 memory modules aimed at overclockers. The modules operate at 2.60 volts, are 184-pin, use 500MHz and 466MHz unbuffered DDR, with settings of 3-4-4-8 for 500MHz and 466MHz DIMMs.

Looks like SCO will be turning its sight onto Novell once they pickup SuSE. They (SCO) claim Novell signed a non-competition clause when it sold SCO the rights to Unix in 1995. Covered over at Vnunet.com and atnewyork.com

Are the Days of 32-Bit Chips Numbered?, well according to what Marty Seyer (VP and GM of AMD's Microprocessor Business Unit) said at Comdex, it looks like AMD is likely to stop producing 32-Bit chips by year end of 2005. Full report on Pcworld.com.

The Inquirer also reports that Intel have released the specs for 802.11g to manufacturing, which means that we _might_ be seeing some centrinos next year sporting the G.

CNet.com is reporting that Intel plans to deliver 4Ghz sometime next year. I think the way the Prescot is going it shouldn’t be too much of a problem for them.

Also from CNet.com Microsoft has announced the news and named the hardware vendors, which include Intel, Cisco Systems and Network Appliance that their new iSCSI-based products work with Windows. iSCSI (pronounced eye-scuzzy) is an Internet Protocol-based standard for transmitting data.

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