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TwinMOS launches TwiSTER DDR2-850 CL5 over-clocking DRAM modules

| RAM News | Posted: Dec 13, 2006 10:51 pm

Been a little while since we've heard from TwinMOS but they've meade headlines today with a new addition to their "TwiSTER" series of memory modules for enthusists, these being the new DDR2-850 modules rated for CL5. The unusual DDR2-850 speed allows for some headroom when overclocking from the usual DDR2-800 speeds.

 

For more info on 'em, grab the press material here folks.

 



?December 13, 2006, Taipei? TwinMOS Technologies, the world's fifth DRAM manufacturer according to the iSupply ranking for the first half of 2006 now with leading-edge technology introduced the brand new TwiSTER DDR2-850 CL5 over-clocking DRAM modules after previously announced TwiSTER DDR2-800 CL5 and TwiSTER DDR2-1066 CL5 last month. So the 3 kinds of overclocking modules make TwiSTER series are specially designed to meet the demanding hardware requirements of over-clockers, advanced game players, and enterprise users. The TwiSTER series is the highest quality product line from TwinMOS Technologies, featuring reliable data access at ultrafast speeds. Every module is made with selected original dies and high-standard production processes. More importantly, every module is tested to comply with the published specifications, and quality is controlled according to the highest standards.

 

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