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Our favourite Japanese site, Happy Cat has posted some pics of Rambus modules on its Web site. Our friend Daiki says that the Japanese caption describes them as 300MHz DRDRAM from Mitsubishi. People were showing them in back rooms at CeBIT but wouldn't let us in. So does this mean that reports there is a further problem with RDRAM are false and the things will ship in time (Q3). Entirely possible, say our sources. There are some more pix of the pesky things here. Happy Cat is famous for having stood up to Chipzilla and posted pictures of the ill-fated 815 chip set... ®

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