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 Chip Interconnects: When 133 MBps is Too Slow

It's all very nice to have incredibly fast processors, ludicrous amounts of disk space, and so much RAM that a comparable amount of magnetic core would outweigh the planet. However, if you can't move data from the CPU to memory or from memory to your disk controller, a blown-out system doesn't do you a lot of good.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Tue Apr 25, 2006 )

  


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