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VRM

VRM

(Voltage Regulator Module) See voltage regulator.
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This extra attention to the VRM cooling is an indicator for how much power the 9th Gen CPUs are designed to draw.
In summary, the authors reported that in trials, the VRM's operating cost of ZAR21.90/mt handled was marginally lower than the conventional milling circuit at ZAR22.61/mt, although the VRM was not being used at full capacity.
Results show that the prediction for the 21 reference chemicals was identical to the VRM (Emter et al., 2010; Natsch and Emter, 2008).
Electromagnetic processes in the VRM in the rotor rotation angle range described by the system
The VRM is then positioned to be the human resource "specialist for non-paid staff," and can assure that organization policies foster good employee-volunteer relations, that staff is trained in how to work with volunteers, and more.
ROG's engineers created Striker GTX 760 Platinum with the acclaimed DIGI+ VRM and exceptionally durable Super Alloy Power components.
VRM is the set of processes, tools, services and skills that individuals and households use to manage their relationships with product and service providers.
Alec Owens, senior investigating officer for the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) from 1999 until 2005, recalled: "We went to see Mr Grant at his offices because a VRM comes up against his name.
The integration allows lenders to utilize the VRM platform to seamlessly order, route and review appraisals and other valuation products through internal process requirements with the added capacity to deliver compliant electronic appraisal report data to UCDP.
"Customers are limited in how they interact with vendors," McKay writes, "be it through terms of service, payment requirements, and even product searches." Read this story to learn where we stand in the development of VRM tools, including suggestions from Searls and others pursuing the goal.
US Integrated Device Technology (NASDAQ:IDTI), or IDT,A'A on Thursday said it had bought IKOR, iWatt Corp's former unit which makes power modules VRM for high-performance computing, to increase offering.