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GeIL Highlight New DDR2 Memory Modules / Introduce USB Pen Drive

| Connectivity & Communications News | Posted: Sep 29, 2005 6:11 am

Several announcements were made from GeIL yesterday as they provide details of their PC2-6400 DDR2 Value series modules (w/ timings of 5-5-5-15), PC2-5300 DDR2 Ultra series modules (w/ timings of 3-4-4-8), and also a new addition to their DAViD series in the "Extreme Performance Dual Channel USB Pen Drive", one of the fastest flash USB drives available (alongside OCZ's first released dual-channel Rally offering). For press release details and images on each, right-click/save as on the below links.


- GeIL DDR2 - 800 Mhz Value Series
- GeIL DDR2 - 667 Mhz Ultra Series
- GeIL Extreme Performance Dual Channel USB Pen Drive



Dual Channel Pen Drive:-
Taipei, Taiwan, September 2005. GeIL is proud to announce the release of the all new DAViD 100 Series - Extreme Performance Dual Channel USB Pen Drive. Clocking at 198X (30Mb/sec Read & 20Mb/sec Write speed)**, it is one of the world's fastest flash USB drives available.


The ingenious implementation of adopting Dual Channel technology into flash USB drive allows one channel of the flash to be dedicated to read and the other dedicated to write. Squeezing out maximum performance and enhanced stability while transferring data at insance speed.


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