The promising yet controversial Rambus memory architecture will make its debut in desktop systems at the upcoming Comdex trade show.
Sources say several major PC makers – IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Micron and Dell – plan to unveil PCs containing high-speed Rambus memory chips at the mid-November event in Las Vegas.
The PCs will be based on Pentium III processors with Intel 820 chipsets. Prices will range from around $1,300 to $2,000.
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