Saturday, December 27, 2008

Joe's links

Anton Shilov writing for Xbit Laboratories reports that it is expected that the GDDR5 memory standard will be around for a long time and that it is supported by Hynix Semiconductor, Qimonda and Samsung Electronics. More here.


Nvidia Corp is readying its support for GDDR with its code-named GT214 graphics processing unit. More here.

iSupply's recent teardown of Sony's Playstatation 3 reveals that Sony is still losing money up front on each unit sold, but less today than two years ago - $50 versus the earlier $240. The details in an interesting piece at DailyTech here.

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