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    Dell appear to be a log way ahead of the competition looking at the DDR versions they are now offering
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    Apple mac pro you get 6gb as standard and its DDR 3 ok you pay more but 6gb DDR 3 vs 2gb DDR 2

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    Yeah but Dell appear to be offering DDR 11. This has to be good LOL
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    Well that's one way of getting rid of memory bottle necks. Run the RAM at a faster clock speed than the CPU. Hell it'd probably be quicker have no cache memory!

    Now all we need is static DDR 11 for our SSD drives and we're sorted

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    This is as close as you will get for now
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96dWOEa4Djs"]YouTube - Samsung SSD Awesomeness[/ame]

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    DDR 11 is rubbish, my laptop has DDR266.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc View Post
    DDR 11 is rubbish, my laptop has DDR266.
    Whats that 66mhz DDR2? Sounds awfully slow to me

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    The Dept Head at my old school had 2 OCZ SSD Drives in Raid in a laptop with i7 and 4gb Ram its the fastest thing ive ever witnessed!

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    Think those 1's are meant to be I as in DDR I or DDR II etc instead of the actual numbers like 1, 2, 3, etc. Think its called roman numerals but someone naffed it up

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    I reckon SSD drives should be quite affordable this time next year. I hope so at least!

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    Yeah my brother managed to get a 30gb vertex from ebay for not much at all

    the improvment in responsiveness of the OS is incredible even just from one! i really want one now! although anything bigger than 30gb would be nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    I reckon SSD drives should be quite affordable this time next year. I hope so at least!
    Makes 2 of us - would make my apple 2008 mac pro very nice and snappy whats the expected life time of SSD's ? ie MTBF

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