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Shuttle's AE25R Motherboard - FrostyTech.com Shuttle's AE25R Motherboard
Thu Sep 27, 2001 | 4:44A| PermaLink
It seems like it was just yesterday when I was running a state of the art 486 processor at 33MHz. and a whopping 16MB of RAM. A hot new game called Doom had everyone talking and I had just installed a brand new 2X CD-ROM drive in my rig. Since then (thankfully), the industry has seen a steady influx of new technologies, as well as improvements upon existing ones, that have raised the bar of performance to what at the time seemed improbable. Countless times through the years we’ve heard statements that a certain product had reached its limit, and a few months later the limit would be broken. Take the Intel Pentium III for example: I can remember when they were able to achieve the speed of 1GHz. Not long afterward, there was talk that it was unlikely the 1GHz. speed would be broken. Well, here we are talking about the new “Tualatin” Pentium III processor running at 1.20 GHz., thanks to the new .13 Micron process. With the new manufacturing process and lower core voltage requirements, Intel was able to kick clock speed up by another 20 percent. Once again, existing technology was improved even further to enhance an already proven design.
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