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Jun 19, · Hopefully someone can answer a couple of questions regarding AI Suite 3 with regard to CPU fan control & overclocking. I recently installed the software because it looked useful for easily checking CPU temp & fan speed with the ability to modify settings without entering BIOS. Dec 30, · Theirs is probably the best out of the big 3 but Id always say go manual in the bios and learn it. All the softwares only really apply profiles and the volts are ALWAYS too high I agree. Aug 26, · I tried BDTS free trial and with AI Suite 3 installed, it messed up web browsing. And I would rather have BDTS than BD free and want to use HWInfo. Is AI Suite 3 really necessary? 0 S. Suztera Estimable. Mar 18, 97 0 4, Aug 26, #4 Joseph DeGarmo.
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Dec 30, · Theirs is probably the best out of the big 3 but Id always say go manual in the bios and learn it. All the softwares only really apply profiles and the volts are ALWAYS too high I agree. Aug 08, · The AI Suite 3 is a nice program to achieve an easy overclock. It will not get you the highest overclock, but it will get you the quickest stable oc. So it’s okay to use it. But if you want to oc to the highest you can get, then you have to do the work. Is the ASUS AI suite 3 good software to use? Close. 1. Posted by 4 years ago. Archived. Is the ASUS AI suite 3 good software to use? I just finished building my rig and it came with asus AI suite 3. I don’t know anything about it and was wondering if I should use it or uninstall it. 4 comments. share. save. hide.
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Toshiba and Infineon launch 32Mbps FeRAM chip
Toshiba and Infineon Claim They Have Created the Highest Density Ferroelectric Memory Chip (FeRAM) To Date. The companies spent a year and a half on the development of a ferroelectric chip.
The FeRAM chip has a capacity of 32 Mbit and is built in a “daisy-chain” configuration, that is, a ferroelectric element and a field effective transistor (FET) are connected in series, but not in parallel, as has been the case so far. The chip is produced according to 0.2-micron standards, has a total area of 96 sq. mm, of which about 34% is occupied by the controller logic.
It is not yet known what bandwidth the new chips provide, but claims that the speed of FeRAM is comparable to DRAM or SRAM, while, due to its ferroelectric properties, such memory is non-volatile.