Need a ton of processing power but don't have a million square foot data center?
Check out the RenderCube. The RenderCube provides a cost-effective rendering
solution targeted to the smaller animation studio in search of high-performance at
lower cost. This small footprint "Render Farm-in-a-box" packs up to eight CPU's
into a 16.7" cube! In a compact cube-shaped aluminum case, we packed four dual
ATX-style PIII motherboards, four 300 Watt power supplies, four hard drives, a
Is that a Pocket USB Hard Drive you've got there, or are you just happy to see me? All kidding aside, Futurelooks has a look at one swank product from the folks at JMTek. The Pocket USB Hard Drive is no bigger than a packet of Wrigley's Gum and packs anywhere from 16 Megs to 1 Gigabyte of high speed Flash Memory. Here's a clip:
A couple of days ago our friends from PCPOP published two pictures of a card they claim to be RADEON SE. We are not sure about this name because there was no official information about it. We think that it is the right time to make an analysis of what we know about this unannounced board.
If you take a look at the stickers on the back of the card, you will notice that the part number are slightly different.
RADEON: 102-70703-00 Rev. 04
RADEON SE: 102-70709-20 Rev. 03
Infineon has announced the fastest memory chips of today. The 128Mbit SGRAM chip is organized 4Mx32 and supports clock frequencies up to 300MHz for SGRAM, thus 600 Mhz for DDR SGRAM. Infineon is pioneering new features with this product, introducing a 1.8V matched impedance interface. Operating at 1.8V means significant power savings over a standard DDR interface which uses 2.5V – this will be critical to reach the high performance levels required of 3D graphics cards and power reduction for Notebook PCs.
If you're a Handspring fan, you'll love this. We've taken some of the most populars Springboard Expansion Modules and have Lassoed them together into a Springboard Module Round Up. Here's a clip: