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  • Googer - Thursday, August 21, 2008 - link

    Can someone explain why RAMBUS is still in the Intel Picture?">
  • Calin - Thursday, August 21, 2008 - link

    Because RAMBUS offers the absolutely best performance (and maybe even performance per price ratio) based on the pin count. RAMBUS-like memory interfaces are used in PS3 (if I remember correctly). I think it is possible Intel will use RAMBUS technology (even if not RAMBUS memory per se) in their MIDs, and maybe even in their graphic cards. Reply
  • CSMR - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    Fun to read. Thanks! Reply
  • Anonymous Freak - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    When Intel says "Intel Architecture" or "IA", they mean x86. They used to call it IA32 before they adopted AMD's 64-bit extensions; but since it's been 64-bit for a while, they just dropped the 32. When they say "Intel64", they mean the AMD-created extensions to x86. (AMD calls it AMD64, Microsoft calls it x86-64, Intel used to denigrate it by calling it "EM64T", implying it's all about RAM.) When they say "IA64", or "Itanium Architecture", they mean (rather obviously,) Itanium's completely separate 64-bit architecture. Reply
  • Some1ne - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    The current "newest posts at the top" layout makes things a real pain in the ass for anyone who wants to read the posts in chronological order. Not all of us are refreshing the page every 5 minutes.

    Putting the newest posts at the bottom is the default convention followed by pretty much everything (online forums, MIRC, instant messaging clients), so it should work fine here, too.
  • JarredWalton - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    So you go to the bottom and scroll up. This is an unusual type of article with up-to-the-minute coverage; I like this approach more personally. Reply
  • Some1ne - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    That might work, except that the individual posts are still designed to be read top-down. It's a particular problem with posts that contain a lot of images, as you don't get to the caption describing what the pictures actually are until after you scroll up past all the pictures.

    Maybe if the images were at the top of the post, and the text at the bottom, then scrolling backwards would be feasible. But since the individual posts are written to be read from the top down, it follows that the rest of the article should follow suit.
  • JarredWalton - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    Maybe that's the problem - at 2560x1600, I have lots of vertical viewing space. :) Reply
  • Calin - Thursday, August 21, 2008 - link

    Can you put a clear delimiter between posts? (something like a thin line or something) - the way it is now, I can't easily discern which pictures are related to which captions.
    Thank you
  • fabarati - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    It is a bit annoying when you come in a bit late, and want read from the beginning. Or from the middle. This is only comfortable for the ones who are checking in every few minutes or so and the people who are updating. Reply
  • voodooboy - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

    Third slide from the bottom; Is it me or is above in site traffic (and yahoo above both of them)...?! Reply
  • steveyballme - Wednesday, August 20, 2008 - link

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