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Eye-One Software Installation Depending upon the system you purchased, your i1 is designed to run of these two programs: i1 Match (PC), (MAC) – ProfileMaker 5 (i1 Pro Bundle only) for profiling. makes Eye-One Match less powerful as than ProfileMaker Pro (which is a logical move for GretagMacbeth) but also makes Eye-One Match a much simpler product to use. For example, while there is no control over black generation issues with Eye-One Match (UCR/GCR, total ink etc), the defaults are quite good. Sep 21, · Restart the computer. Verify that the i1 Match software works (look under the GretagMacBeth folder in the Start/App menu) and that the i1 Display 2 works. Open i1 Match on the monitor you want to calibrate first. Complete the calibration as you normally would.
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Oct 14, · GretagMacbeth Eye-One iO Device: Eye-One delivers a complete solution for all color measurement and color management needs. The new Eye-One iO provides a new level of automation for fast, automated Subcategory: USB Drivers. makes Eye-One Match less powerful as than ProfileMaker Pro (which is a logical move for GretagMacbeth) but also makes Eye-One Match a much simpler product to use. For example, while there is no control over black generation issues with Eye-One Match (UCR/GCR, total ink etc), the defaults are quite good. A Colour Knowledge button links to the Eye-One Colour website, which provides additional information about colour management – and GretagMacbeth products. Despite its power and versatility, no technical knowledge is required to use the Eye-One Display 2 ted Reading Time: 5 mins.
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Intel Turbo Memory Desktop Board shown in action
During Computex, Intel demonstrated one of the most interesting computer innovations of the current year – the Turbo Memory expansion card with PCI Express x1 interface.
Let us briefly recall what the technology itself is, working in conjunction with Vista ReadyDrive and ReadyBoost functions.
In the first case, we get the opportunity to use a flash drive as a cache memory for a hard drive, which should have a beneficial effect on regular exchange operations with small portions of data, which are typical for reading and updating the paging file (the access time for flash memory is noticeably shorter than that of hard disk). In addition, the power consumption of the hard disk is reduced, which is more important for laptops.
ReadyBoost expands the available memory for pre-reading and caching data from the hard drive. Reading not from the hard drive, but from flash memory with its low random access time allows you to significantly speed up loading applications and opening files.
The expansion board shown at Computex is intended for desktop PCs (we’ve seen quite a few laptops with Turbo Memory). It is based on the Intel 29AE20AA0 controller (codenamed Diamond Lake) and supports the installation of up to four NAND flash chips with a total volume of up to 2 GB.
The source reports that the time of random access to data using such cards can be as little as 0.1ms.
Current product revision used 72nm NAND chips. In the future, Intel intends to transfer the production of memory for Turbo Memory to 50 nm standards and increase its volume in one system up to 8 GB.
The first retail products of the Intel Turbo Memory series should appear on the market in the next quarter, since Bearlake-based motherboards, in which the technology is supported, will be enough on the market by that time.