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(Animals) another name for the silver orfe. See orfe
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a suffix used in the names of chemical compounds.


intact dilatation and extraction.


Integrated Drive Electronics: a standard for computer interface ports that allows the disk controller of an IDE-compatible hard drive or CD-ROM drive to be integrated into the disk itself. Compare EIDE, SCSI.
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In conjunction with ATA-66 Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) currently on store shelves, the TSB42AA9 has achieved sustained transfer data rates of 27 megabytes per second (MB/s).
Standard features include Intel Pentium III processors from 600 to 866 MHz with 256 KB advanced transfer cache and 133 MHz front-side bus, up to 1 GB of PC700 or PC800 RDRAM, EIDE ATA-66 hard drives or Ultra/160 SCSI hard drives, and up to 16 MB of RAM integrated into the 4X advanced graphics port (AGP) enabling exceptional graphics performance and visual quality for today's multi-media and Web-based applications.
The replacement board was an EPOX MVP-3G5 with support for ATA-66 (although I didn't use this feature) and a 2MB cache.
One Ultra ATA-66 interface & one CompactFlash[TM] type I/II socket
That is, a single drive cannot transfer a data stream at the 40Mbit/sec of Ultra2 SCSI, or the 66Mbit/sec of ULTRA ATA-66.
A two-chip set consisting of the VT8371 North Bridge and VT82C686A "Super" South Bridge, the KX 1333 also includes additional performance enhancing features such as support for ATA-66 and the AMD Athlon frontside system bus architecture, based on Alpha EV6 technology and operating at 200MHz.
0 controller for high-speed Device, Host and On-the-Go support; FireWire Link Layer integration; dedicated ATA-66 enhanced IDE bus supporting up to four devices; 4-bit SDMMC controller; consumer CD I2S port; 8/16-bit expansion IO; B/SIR infrared; TWC 3-wire controller; 4 channel, 8-bit ADC; 4 channel, 8-bit PWM/FM; up to 48 GPIOs; dedicated 16-bit memory controller for two banks of 2.
Chen, as well as key members of the company's engineering, marketing and sales teams, will be on hand to discuss the directions that VIA has pursued over the past year and the outlook for the future, including industry trends, new standards, design imperatives and the key features of VIA's upcoming product lines, including system integration, 133 MHz System Buses, AGP4x, PC133, PC 266 DDR, 1394 and ATA-66.
The standard configuration supports PC100/133 DIMM SDRAM, AMD Duron 850 MHz processor and includes VIA KM133 chipset, 20GB ATA-66 Hard drive and 15" monitor.
VIA's most highly advanced chipset architecture to date, the VIA Apollo KX133 delivers to AMD Athlon processor-based platforms the advanced performance benefits of a 200MHz front-side bus, PC133 memory support, AGP 4x and ATA-66.