PC133


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PC133

A specification from Intel for memory chips that support the 133 MHz frontside bus. See memory module.
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VIA once became one of TSMC's top 10 customers when it beat up Intel in 2000 and 2001 in the chipset-specification competition with its PC133 format.
After sorting out the 128 MB memories at 133 MHz (PC133), the p value of the Mann-Whitney test increases nearly five times and the difference between prices in the two samples turns out to be insignificant.
El directivo menciona que en Mexico y America Latina se siguen vendiendo los estandares PC100 y PC133 de forma masiva, cuando en Estados Unidos ya ni existen.
Each microprocessor subcircuit uses a dedicated memory controller to interface to its 1GB block of PC133 SDRAM main memory.
If typical values are inserted for a PC133 device, then:
Also included is a 30GB ATA-100 hard drive, 64MB PC133 SDRAM and an Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium III-M 800 MHz processor with the Intel 830MG chipset.
All five Satellite notebook models feature PC133 memory size from 256 MB to 512 MB, 20Gbytes primary hard disk, 3.5" floppy drive, TFT display panels ranging from 13.3" to 15" depending on the model, DVD-ROM drive with optional CDRW (for Satellite 1805-S274), expansion slots for PC Card or 32-bit Cardbus, 3D Sound with MIDI support, and a rich set of I/O ports such as dual USB connections, RJ-45 for LAN, composite TV out, parallel and serial ports, and much more.
Built around dual Intel Pentium III processors up to 1.26 GHz (512k cache) and up to 4GB of PC133 Ram, the Relion 115 has the processing power to satisfy the needs of demanding educational and research institutions.
Due to the high cost of Rambus memory, Intel has released Pentium 4 motherboards (featuring the i845 chipset) that allow the usage of lower cost PC133 SDRAM, the same type of memory used in Pentium 3 computers.
That makes PC2100 DDR the second most popular type of memory currently sold at Crucial, second only to PC133 SDRAM.
The 128-Mbit SDRAM, which is offered in organizations of 32-Mbit x 4, 16-Mbit x 8 and 8-Mbit x 16, will continue to be available in the previous speed versions of PC133 CAS-Latency-3 and PC100 CAS-Latency-2.
(e.g., the CPU, expansion cards, and peripherals) Therefore, newer computer SDRAM will require PC100 or PC133 SDRAM so that the RAM can communicate on the newer 100MHz and 133MHz computer bus.