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TEAM Group Factory Tour - RAM Production from Start to Finish - Fifth Stage - Examining and Testing the Memory

Last week we visited the TEAM Group memory factory here in Taipei, Taiwan. We cover RAM production from start to finish.

| Editorials in RAM | Posted: Jul 27, 2006 4:00 am

Examining and Testing the Memory

 

Now the product has graduated from being PCB to an actual memory module. It is now time for the modules to be examined carefully to make sure that all the components and RAM chips were successfully installed onto the PCB as far as electrical connectivity goes.

 

 

Once the two ladies above are satisfied with the modules, they are then passed onto the testing team further down the factory line for testing.

 

 

 

 

For the memory module to pass and move onto the next stage, it must complete five test program runs set by the R&D team without any errors. Once the memory passes the tests, it is then packed and is now almost ready to be shipped off to customers.

 

 

One of the final production stages after the memory module is deemed to be ready for consumer usage is printing the TEAM branding onto the RAM chips along with adding additional TEAM branding stickers and so forth and then finally packing the memory into their retail packaging boxes.

 

That covers RAM production from start to finish although we still have a little more to tell you about TEAM's Xtreem gaming memory on the next page.

Corsair Memory Value Select DDR 2 x 1 GB PC2-3200 DDR2 RAM

 

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