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PQI PC133 SDRAM Review

PQI PC133 SDRAM Review news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages
| RAM News | Posted: Sep 22, 2001 2:24 am

OCAU wants to share some scoop with you concerning some PQI PC133 SDRAM. here's a snip:


"Another interesting thing is that both the printed circuit board the chips rest on and the chips themselves are marked PQI, as opposed to some other sticks where the PCB is made by the "named" manufacturer, but they use chips from other people. PQI, or Power Quotient International, are a Taiwanese company making a range of memory products from flash cards right through to PC-166 SDRAM. The fact that they even have a website sets them apart from some of the more generic manufacturers. But anyway, as always, the proof is in the testing.."


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