The Inquirer has an interesting story on Abit's upcoming SI7 motherboard, which will feature SiS' R658 chipset and support for PC1200 RDRAM. Despite the fact that RDRAM is almost universally despised among PC enthusiasts, the board will apparently be targeted at power users looking for a high-performance platform.
Just when it seems that we've seen the last of RDRAM, the memory technology rears its ugly head again. Does DDR-II have a chance to kill off RDRAM for good, or will the technology continue to weasel its way into high-end PC platforms?
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