- Experience the Power of Mars - Introducing the Kingmax DDRII667
KingMax have further extended their Mars lineup of memory modules just recently, introducing a new breed of DDR-2 667 memory modules which sport KingMax's proprietary TinyBGA color packaging technology and operate at standard spec'd timings of 4-4-4-12. Take a look at the press release here if interested.
KINGMAX,Taipei 2005/4/18 -Kingmax recently launched the Mars DDRII 667 memory, which is embedded with a red ASIC decoder chip and the company's proprietary TinyBGA color packaging technology. This new Kingmax memory product is 100% counterfeit-proof, and symbolizes the fiery, strong heart of Mars, the god of war.
In terms of technical specifications, Mars DDRII 667 is equipped with up to 8.6GB/s memory bandwidth and fully supports Prescott/Tejas 1067MHz FSB and direct integration of ODT technology increases system stability. With a low 1.8 volts of working voltage that cuts power consumption by 50%, the Mars DDRII 667 can run at JEDEC standard 4-4-4-12 latency timings, making it the perfect support for all new-generation DDRII high-speed computers. Just as DDR has replaced SDRAM, DDRII -- with its new specifications and powerful functions -- will soon replace current DDR specifications as the market mainstream.
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