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how a PLL speeds up data transfer
dronesx Technical Editor   2/11/2014 1:34:08 PM
The article states, 'The kinds of latencies between non-volatile memory and a GPU, for example, "could be supported in microarchitecture in a much more fundamental way," he said.'

In 1993, RAMBUS was able to speed up their memory by synchronizing to a PLL.  Now the PLL has been sped up by orders of magnitude.  gainics dot com

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