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Week from 26-2-2001 to 4-3-2001  

3/4/2001: Intel sponsors the RDRAM... while he designs chipsets for the DDR-SDRAM

    Worried by the most scarce acceptance of the memory RDRAM (Direct Rambus-DRAM), the only memory that can use the only one chipset that exists for Pentium 4, Intel has decided to promote the use of the above mentioned memory for any method.
    This way, Intel will keep on paying to Samsung so that it produces memory RDRAM. Samsung makes more than 70 % of the memory RDRAM that sells at present, and has been the only company that has reacted favorably to the Intel offers; the rest they have rejected the offers... or have accepted the money but they have not made scarcely memory RDRAM.
    In fact, many Pentium 4 sell thanks to the offer of Intel to "give" two modules of 64 MB of RDRAM with every team... but the fright of the users comes when they discover that another 128 MB of RDRAM PC800 "not sponsored" cost approximately 200 $, I joust when the SDRAM PC133 is to a few wretched 40 $ every 128 MB.
    And since the industry has been decided by the memory DDR-SDRAM for the future, between other things by the relatively low necessary investment to re-convert the production lines of SDRAM to DDR-SDRAM, Intel glides to use memory DDR in his futures chipsets, included the destined ones for servants, both of 32 and of 64 bits. And it is not the only one: the prestigious
ServerWorks plans a chipset with support of up to 64 memory GB... but memory DDR.

More information in:
ebnonline.com/digest/story/OEG20010302S0100
ebnonline.com/digest/story/OEG20010301S0059
www.pricewatch.com
ALi will make chipsets for Pentium 4
Pentium 4 with memory DDR for this autumn?
The memory low SDRAM up to ridiculous prices
It lowers the price of the microprocessors and the memory

News written for: Juan Herrerías

 

3/2/2001: USB renewed for the future badges Pentium 4

    Intel there is I decide to give native support in the future badges for Pentium 4 to the new standard USB 2.0. Let's remember that this connection compatible "backwards" with the devices current USB, is capable of 60 MBytes/s coming to 480 Mbits/s, that is to say , a very respectable number even for devices of massive storage like hard disks. Intel hopes to incorporate also later into the future badges the standard 802.11 for wireless connections of diverse devices.
    As for another type of connections, Intel does not have intention of integrating ports IEEE 1394 (more known like Firewire or the name that Sony gives them, iLink), something that will not please between the defenders of this advanced technology. In this sense, Intel hopes to satisfy these users introducing wireless connections under the above mentioned norm 1394.
    These changes would come at the beginning of 2002, coinciding with a new review (that will be already the second one) of the Pentium 4, made using 0,13 micron s technology ; while, Intel does balance of the enormous success of sales of Pentium III (nothing of surprises if we have it thinks that it has coexisted with the Celeron of 66 MHz of bus and the most expensive Pentium 4), family that hopes to give for completed the same year. In this sense, let's hope that Intel should not precipitate in retiring before time Pentium III, for much that thinks that the future review of the Pentium 4 will be a worth successor...

More information in:
www.theregister.co.uk/content/3/17281.html
www.usb.org/
developer.intel.com/technology/usb/
www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,2691660,00.html
Intel updates the specifications of the standard USB 2.0

News written for: Ignacio Jiménez of the Ship

 

2/28/2001: The first analyses independent from the chip GeForce3 definitive

    Finally NVIDIA has thrown officially his awaited graphic chip GeForce3 (also called NV20). Although the cards based on the same one still will take a pair of weeks in coming to the shops, the manufacturers already have them to point (thanks to the designs of reference of NVIDIA) and the first analyses begin coming.
    And the answer seems to be unanimous: it is not so much a revolution in yield, but an image. Of course, his yield is simply BRUTAL... but also it it is that of the GeForce2 Ultra (that goes to 250 MHz: 50 MHz more than the GeForce3!), up to the point of being minimally top the Ultra in some cases.
    Pero la GeForce3 has three tricks in his favor: his entire support of DirectX 8, his absolute programabilidad to create new visual effects, and especially the new way of antialiasing "Quincunx", which does not need a specific optimization as others two.
    Quincunx allows smoothed of the toothed rims of the images, increasing very much the image quality in any game (even the ancient ones, the not optimized ones!), without the enormous descent of yield of the antialiasing 4x (2x2). This allows to manage in Quake3 more than 70 fps (images per second) to 1024x768 and 32 bits with an unthinkable quality until now, and it even allows to use the antialiasing to 1280x1024.
    Of course, the cards GeForce3 will cost an authentic atrocity, but some day they will go down price and we will be able to enjoy so many visual marvel... for the time being, I would not buy one of the most expensive GeForce2 Ultra, he can repent.

More information in:
www.digit-life.com/articles/gf3/index.php"l
www.tomshardware.com/graphic/01q1/010227/index.php"l
www.anandtech.com/printarticle.html?i=1426
More details on the NVIDIA GeForce3
The NVIDIA GeForce3 is on having fallen down
NVIDIA attacks in the professional segment
NVIDIA acquires 3dfx!!
The first impressions on the future chip NV20 of NVIDIA
Graphic card 3D Blaster GeForce2 Ultra

News written for: Juan Herrerías

 

2/27/2001: Intel throws the Pentium III to 700 MHz deep I consume for portable

    A few weeks ago we mention that Intel had decided to do a strong competence in Transmeta, whose family of processors Crusoe has the minor consumption between the processors destined for the market of portable PCs. Continuing with this politics, Intel throws a new Pentium III to 700 MHz for this select market.
    The new model is made under the 0,18 micron s technology, needs 1,35 V to 700 MHz (1,1 V to 500 MHz) and in certain conditions of energy saving it can go so far as to remove less than one heat watio, a few impressive numbers if we bear in mind the real "cauldrons" that are the current microprocessors. It incorporates the system Speedstep, which limits the speed of the microprocessor to 500 MHz on having worked by means of the battery. It incorporates 256 KB of cache memory L2 integrated (at the same speed as the microprocessor) and 100 MHz Federal Security Service uses a bus . The cost for processor places environment to 316 $ in quantities of 1.000 units.
    On the other hand, Intel does not stop in 700 MHz and it is already preparing the throwing of the model of low consumption for a 1 GHz made of 0,13 micron s technology , something on the other hand essentially if the heat dissipation wants to diminish. According to Paul Otellini, Vice-president of Intel, they hope to throw it at the end of this first trimester of the year.
    Paul Otellini also speaks about a future Pentium 4, not only for a new socket, but also made of 0,13 micron s technology , with initial speeds of 1,5 and 1,6 GHz. According to his words, the throwing of the above mentioned Pentium 4 (version 1.2?) place at the end of this year or beginning of 2002. Good future for Intel...

More information in:
www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/20010227comp.htm
www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/20010227corp.htm
Intel throws two new mikes of very low consumption
Pentium 4 with memory DDR for this autumn?
Re-renewed Pentium III in way
Thrown portable Crusoe de Hitachi... in Japan
Portable other with the mike Crusoe, this time of NEC
Innovations in portable: new mikes Intel and the Crusoe in ultralight Fujitsu

News written for: Ignacio Jiménez of the Ship

 


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