Western Digital silently upgrades Raptor line.

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Western Digital silently updated two of its Raptor series drives: the 36GB WD360ADFD and 74GB WD740ADFD 10,000RPM models have been blessed with doubled buffers to 16MB each. The performance specifications have improved over the 8MB cache models along with a slight increase in power consumption. The new models also add Native Command Queuing to the list of features, a change from the older Tagged Command Queuing method.

 

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26-05-2006, 06:27:37

Kempez
Take a look at Microsofts new photo spec here

26-05-2006, 06:29:46

mr_fishbulb
I thought JPEG2000 was supposed to be the future, that never took off becuase you had to pay for it, thus it wasn't well used.

26-05-2006, 06:42:22

Jim
Meh i aint using any Microsoft designed photo format. PNG ftw :D

26-05-2006, 06:52:33

FragTek
MS needs to stop playin'! lol... JPEG is fine, don't fix something that aint broke!

26-05-2006, 08:20:24

Dav0s
someone fancy downloading and comparing?

26-05-2006, 08:47:59

Ham

MS needs to stop playin'! lol... JPEG is fine, don't fix something that aint broke!



2nd that.

It'll probably end up **** anyway, as 1/2 of M$ things do.

26-05-2006, 17:41:01

Eguy
That is the stupidest thing I have seen all day

26-05-2006, 19:12:52

FragTek
I wanna see some side by side examples... let the people be the judge of this new image format. 10 bux says u won't even be able to tell the difference from a high res jpg....
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