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Daily News Round #2 for June 25, 2004

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for June 25, 2004
| Posted: Jun 26, 2004 3:55 am

- KingMax's 1GB DDR2 533MHz SO-DIMM

Following on from an earlier press release in which KingMax announced their DDR2 533mhz memory modules for desktops, they've now issued everyone a fresh PR announcing their new SO-DIMM DDR2 modules ranging from 256mb to 1GB in size. More in the attached press release here.


With next-generation Alviso notebook computers coming into the market starting third quarter of this year, their support for the DDR2 533MHz SO-DIMM specifications will open a new chapter in the high-speed digital lifestyle. KINGMAX 1GB DDR2 533MHz SO-DIMM incorporates the latest in next-generation memory technology, boosting JEDEC 200pin, 1.8V operation, and saves close to 50% on power consumption and increased thermal dispersion. Specially designed for next-generation high-speed notebook computer users, the memory module also uses ODT (on-die-termination) technology to steady signal waves at high speeds, greatly enhancing memory performance and upper clock limits.


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