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Static RAM approaches?
Last post Sat, Sep 01 2007 by cm, 6 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2007 20:44
by Nick Batzdorf
Joined on Tue, Apr 29 2003, Los Angeles, Posts 2546
http://www.electronista.com/articles/07/08/31/panasonic.16gb.sdhc.card/

$320, 16GB

It looks like this is happening pretty fast.
Mac Pro 5,1 12-core 3.46 GHz, 64MB RAM, latest macOS available. Metric Halo 2882 interface.

VisionDAW Windows 7 Pro i7 950 3.07 4-core, 24GB RAM. Has an RME Hammerfall HDSP9632, but I just use VE Pro. Also several ancient P4 XP slaves, rarely used.
Tags: RAM SDHC
Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2007 22:24
by PolarBear
Joined on Sun, Jul 20 2003, Germany, Posts 1206
Limited write and read cycles... What would you use it for?
A zero can decuple an existing problem.
Posted on Fri, Aug 31 2007 23:00
by Nick Batzdorf
Joined on Tue, Apr 29 2003, Los Angeles, Posts 2546
Limited read cycles? I didn't know that.

But I still like the idea you thought of a few years ago...
Mac Pro 5,1 12-core 3.46 GHz, 64MB RAM, latest macOS available. Metric Halo 2882 interface.

VisionDAW Windows 7 Pro i7 950 3.07 4-core, 24GB RAM. Has an RME Hammerfall HDSP9632, but I just use VE Pro. Also several ancient P4 XP slaves, rarely used.
Posted on Sat, Sep 01 2007 04:13
by cm
Joined on Fri, Dec 20 2002, vienna, Posts 9101
SDHC as based on flash technology wich has limited write-cycles by design (a good value is about 160.000 times), but not limited read-cycles. the major disadvantage of this format is the limitation to 32 GB by the specification and the built in DRM. the disadvantage of this specific model is 20 MB/s, whereas *normal* compactFlash devices go already up to 80 MB/s

what AFAIK is still missing for all flash devices is native sATA, because the interface is still IDE ... but i for myself would already be happy if i had received my 64 GB flash disk (ordered in march!)
christian
and remember: a CRAY is the only computer that runs an endless loop in just four hours ...
Posted on Sat, Sep 01 2007 04:40
by Ben Johnson
Joined on Tue, Dec 23 2003, Chicago, Illinois, Posts 126
March? [Indifferent] That must've cost a fortune. And why such a delay?
Posted on Sat, Sep 01 2007 08:38
by cm
Joined on Fri, Dec 20 2002, vienna, Posts 9101
it has been announced to cost EUR 600.- and something ... neither the device from PQI not from SanDisk nor any other vendor seems to have shipped to austria so far ... if it has even been shipped to somewhere - i'm starting to believe it has been shipped only to the photographer for a press release ... so far i have to consider it as vapourware.
christian
and remember: a CRAY is the only computer that runs an endless loop in just four hours ...
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