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"The copper blades and heatsink are necessary because of the on board VRMs, things not normally found on DIMMs. Yes, you plug a floppy power cable into the top right corner, and it powers the beast directly."

i hope this isnt old news
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=30194
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excecive mabe?
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anja!
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Yes I was looking at that not long ago along with some new motherboards being presented there in Taiwan.

Dedicated power circuits off the module, a good theorectical concept..I am surprised it has not come about sooner.

Will it get widespread introduction in the marketplace..time will tell.
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Why a floppy connector? I would think a simple 3/4 pin or Molex would suffice and be smaller (or by floppy do they mean Molex? I have never had a floppy drive in any of my computers, so I have no idea ) I think they both look Fugly though.
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That is some sexay (Type A) RAM. I think I might get some of that when I upgrade next.
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I think that the industrial look suits them. The floppy is the small molex on your power supply.
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i thought it looked cool. and just think you wont have to go into your bios to adjust the voltages, would make ocing easier i think? also this is just evo1 so expect things to get better however can anyone see a problem when they have 4 dimms filled? how many psu's have 4 floppy conectors?
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Wow they added the volt mod to the chip itself. Um what if I need more than 3volts?
    
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Quote:
SpookedJunglist Wow they added the volt mod to the chip itself. Um what if I need more than 3volts?
couldnt you still give it more juice by using an ocz booster? or am i talking crap
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