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Apacer Delivers 4GB DDR Memory Module

| RAM News | Posted: Nov 2, 2005 6:07 am

Now you dont see too many of these around, a single whopping 4GB DDR333 memory module of which is ECC Registered and ideally suited to AMD Opteron Servers and Workstations. This physically doubled up DIMM makes running 16GB of RAM (or more) in a memory-slot limited system that much easier. For all the details, check out Apacer's official announcement folks.

 

Taipei, Taiwan, November 1, 2005 - Apacer has released a high-capacity DDR333 4GB ECC Registered DIMM memory module specially designed for AMD Socket 940 high-end servers and workstations. This new memory module allows systems to maximize available memory slots and improve heat dissipation in high density configurations. This module is perfect for enterprise servers with a limited number of memory slots and tightly configured in rack systems. It has been tested in numerous servers and workstations and has the proven compatibility, performance and stability to meet the needs of this demanding market.

 

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