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  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

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  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

    The Register

  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

    The Register

  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

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  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

    The Register

  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

    Channel Register

  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

    The Register

  • The C5500/C3500 products also have asynchronous DRAM self-refresh, which helps save DRAM contents if there is a power failure, and non-transparent bridging (NTB).

    The Register

  • To avoid this loss, most DRAMs support a mode called self-refresh wherein the DRAM itself takes care of refreshing its cells.

    Linux Journal - The Original Magazine of the Linux Community

  • DRAM, however, is put in its self-refresh mode to preserve the machine state (system and application text / data loaded in memory) while the system is sleeping.

    Linux Journal - The Original Magazine of the Linux Community

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  • Be afraid. Be very afraid. With self-refresh the Wordie PRO! user can be passively addicted with no outward sign of frenetic delirium.

    October 14, 2008

  • I need this.

    October 14, 2008

  • I fear this.

    October 15, 2008