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Chipset Manufacturers backing away from DDR-400

| CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Sep 18, 2002 2:08 pm

DigiTimes are running a story saying that both SiS and VIA will not be going ahead with proposed DDR-400 chipset solutions.

 

According to chipset makers, DDR400 sales have mainly been handicapped by a lack of verification from JEDEC and lack of support from module makers. While some chipsets may indeed be able to support DDR400, as long as the standard has yet to be verified by JEDEC, official papers will only list DDR333 as the highest standard supported.
More information @ DigiTimes

 

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