Mushkin HP3200 Redline Memory, Gaming Graphics Glossary
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"Yesterday it turned out to be the most widely anticipated day in the microprocessor realm. AMD finally filed an antitrust complaint against its archrival Intel, the world's largest chipmaker. Regardless of the obvious superiority of AMD's Athlon 64 line of microprocessors, the world's largest OEMs such as Dell, HP and Sony have either offered limited AMD based systems or they have outright declined to work with AMD at all. Allegedly, this is due to unfair and monopolistic business practices by Intel."
"The Mushkin Redline memory uses Winbond UTT ICs on a Brain Power PCB. What many people may not realize is that UTT stands for UnTesTed. So the ICs are basically unlabelled and binned by whoever is assembling them, in this case Mushkin. The PCB is a jet black, 6 layer design from Brain Power, Brain Power PCBs are known for their overclocking abilities."
"Graphics cards, like so many other tech components, seem to require their own language to describe the functions and features they provide. This Tech Tip will take a look at a handful of terms related to graphics cards, and some more specifically related to graphics cards as used for video games."
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