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Old 18th January, 2007, 05:20 AM
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Crucial Ballistix 2GB Kit DDR2-1000/PC2-8000

"Crucial recently brought new Ballistix PC2-8000 memory modules to the market,which are particularly well suitable to overclock a PC or Mac."

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Written by Danrok Tuesday, 16 January 2007 From Reuters:
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Researchers at Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ.N: Quote, Profile , Research) have devised a way to make a specialized type of computer chip up to eight times denser using nanotechnology, in a development that could extend the life of current chipmaking technologies, the company said on Tuesday.
The advance by HP could prove to be significant in an area of technology -- nanotechnology -- that has to date been long on promises and short on near-term, real-world applications.
Commercial applications of HP's research could potentially be used not too far in the future in its own line of computer printers, the world's largest, in other consumer electronics areas, and throughout the chip industry at large, HP said.
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