Computer and Memory giant, Micron will be demonstrating it's juicy new DDR-II memory at VIA's Technical Forum. The Technical Forum begins today at the Taipei International Convention Center in Taipei, Taiwan. Sporting a 533MB/s per pin, and an acheivable bandwidth of 4.3GB/s, this new memory is sure to please.
In a statement, Micron mouthpiece, Terry Lee said: "While the industry adoption of DDR-II in high volume is not expected until late 2003 and early 2004, our customers benefit from our early system analysis work. Micron will enable our customers to effectively utilize DDR-II memory technology in the same manner as we have DDR-I."More information @ The Inquirer