The i-RAM is one of the most interesting product that Gigabyte
has developed this year. Gigabyte for the first time has unveiled the
specifications of their upcoming i-RAM 2 during
HKEPC Tech-day. The i-RAM 2
will be using DDR2 memories instead of DDR1 and the data transfer interface is
SATA 3Gb/s double of the current SATA 1.5 Gb/s. It will be externally housed
with by means of an external case or fitted into the 5.25″ bay with eSATA
interfaces. The number of memory slots are expected to double to 8 and you can
have up to 16GB max memory. The expected announcement of i-RAM 2 is targeted for
February next year.

The i-RAM is one of the most interesting product that Gigabyte
has developed this year. Gigabyte for the first time has unveiled the
specifications of their upcoming i-RAM 2 during
HKEPC Tech-day. The i-RAM 2
will be using DDR2 memories instead of DDR1 and the data transfer interface is
SATA 3Gb/s double of the current SATA 1.5 Gb/s. It will be externally housed
with by means of an external case or fitted into the 5.25" bay with eSATA
interfaces. The number of memory slots are expected to double to 8 and you can
have up to 16GB max memory. The expected announcement of i-RAM 2 is targeted for
February next year.