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This in Australia, Canada and the US. 24 hours at several online stores in europe - as in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain and the UK. Japan - same business day. Next rumor please
They are related but not the way you think. When you turn the brightness up contrast goes down and response time goes down too. If you use the lcd as a computer display you may need a brightness range from 50 to 150 cd/m2. If you use it as a tv display it should have >250. Response time is a little bit difficult. The manufacturers give you the time for black to white changes which is faster than grey to grey, especially for TN panels (twisted nematic). VA panels (vertical...
Surprisingly AMD has already now announced a dual-core Athlon for June 2005: Athlon 64 X2 ("Toledo", 1 HT1000-Link, 90nm, socket 939) Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 2,4 GHz 1 MB L2/core 1001 USD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ 2,4 GHz 512 KB L2/core 803 USD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ 2,2 GHz 1 MB L2/core 581 USD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2,2 GHz 512 KB L2/core 537 USD OEM prices for batch of 1000 Originally the Athlon 64 X2 was planned for Q4
This is AI so we're already one step beyond
AMD plans to ship desktop dual core cpus by the end of the year. They announced (the anouncement of) an Opteron 875 (2,2GHz) for a 4 socket server system. Opteron 275 and 175 will follow later. 2,4GHz planned for 2006. I'm sooo impressed
Some LCD monitors do not have buttons anymore, all adjustments are done via a windows program and you can't change the factory preset on a mac. So last year I bought a Samsung SyncMaster 910T for my office instead of a SyncMaster 193P
I bought a D-Link DI-624+ and after two days of trouble with it I exchanged the antenna with a bigger one. Never had trouble again.
An analog port can be as good as a DVI port. A cheap LCD monitor can have a good analog port.1000:1 Start reading here There's nothing to add to this!
They use 1 PCI-E 16x for each controller. So you need a dual processor with dual controller system? GPU---Controller---CPU---CPU---Controller---GPU
The SLI solution from Nvisia also uses 8 PCI-E lanes per card. Did anybody see a speedlimit therefore? BTW the internal MPX bus of the 8641D has 5300 MB/s peak bandwidth (in or out), the 970 in the 1.8 GHz iMac has 2100 MB/s (in) plus 2100 MB/s (out).
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