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Hardware News   Hardware News : ACube & CPU Modules
   posted by VooDoo on 5-Jun-2007 17:40:58 (3798 reads)
Bassano del Grappa, 4th of June, 2007 - ACube Systems is happy to announce that the first batch of CPU Modules has been repaired and is now being tested. First functionality tests shows that the modules are working ok with the new CPUs.

In the next few days, after finishing the tests, the Modules will be sent to their respective owners.

A second batch of repaired modules is expected soon.
    

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amipal 
Re: ACube & CPU Modules
Posted on 5-Jun-2007 21:01:38
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Lovely stuff!


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Keep up with the good work, dudes.


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Go acube go!!!

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That`s what I like, a company which does what it says. Well done.

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Great!!!
ACube is the best

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realize 
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Acube

Fantastic. That is excellent. Good luck with it

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Excellent!

ACube I wish you all the best in your future efforts.


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Its nice when you here news like this. A firm that makes something good for the community ;)

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Thumbs up for for ACube!!!

At the end of the day it's obvious, which people actualy do job, and which do nothing else but talk their a$$es...

Last edited by Van_M on 06-Jun-2007 at 12:31 AM.
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Ah, This is wonderful news

I set by my door waiting for the "Brown" truck )

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Good work dudes !


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Should I now deliberatelybreak my (perfectly performing!) 800MHz 750GX in order to 'upgrade by repair' or may we expect replacement modules in the (near) future?

Anyways: lovely job!

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Should I now deliberatelybreak my (perfectly performing!) 800MHz 750GX in order to 'upgrade by repair' or may we expect replacement modules in the (near) future?


Don't! They are currently only repairing G4 modules and the 750GX is a G3 module.

rgds,
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Very nice . . go ACube . .


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Mine is bring sent
I have a tracking number

THANKS ACUBE!!!!!!!!

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