The RightMark Team announced the release of CPU Clock Utility (RMClock) v.2.20. RMClock is a small GUI application designed for real-time CPU frequency, throttling and load level monitoring and on-the-fly adjustment of the CPU performance level on supported CPU models via processor's power management model-specific registers (MSRs). In automatic management mode it continuously monitors the CPU usage level and dynamically adjusts the CPU frequency, throttle and/or voltage level as needed, realizing the "Performance on Demand" concept.
The new version is available here.
Sharp has released the "LZ0P3770" 5-megapixel CCD camera module for mobile phones. The module features a 3x optical linear zoom, which the company claims as is the first of that sort among camera modules featuring an inner zoom for mobile phones. Sharp said the module also realizes auto focus, smear-reduction mechanical shutter and other functionalities comparable to those of real cameras, along with the optical zoom.
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TwinMOS Technologies announced high-capacity VLP (very low profile) DIMMs for blade servers.
These new VLP-DIMMs are offered in 2GB capacities and use new-generation DDR2 dies organized as 128Mx4x36 on a micro PCB measuring 133.35 x 18.3 mm. Since the VLP module is only 60% as tall as a typical server DIMM, it helps to enhance memory expandability and cooling inside the server. This VLP-DIMMs is suitable for use in vertically deployed memory slots, such as servers and workstations using the Intel E7520/E7525 Chipset, Intel E7320 Chipset and the new generation AMD CPUs.
Source: TwinMOS Technologies
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