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Kingmax PC166 SDRAM - Kingmax PC166 SDRAM - Page 2

Kingmax PC166 SDRAM

| DDR Memory in RAM | Posted: Jul 6, 2001 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%Manufacturer: Kingmax Technology

Kingmax Memory Features

 

 

 

From the picture on page 1 we can see the entire DIMM, measuring only 1 inch high this baby can fit into just about any tight spot, good for those motherboards that have the DIMM slots way to close to the HDD bay. Just above, we can see a picture of the TinyBGA chips used on the Kingmax module, these chips are made in a fabrication plant in Taiwan called Kingpack, which do all the actual work on the chips themselves. These fully ready chips are then tested for speed and then sent to Kingmax construction plant where each chip is placed on a PCB and sold off as the memory that you have in your systems today. The one major feature that sets this RAM above the rest is that this memory is true PC166 memory. These chips have been designed to run constantly at 166hz and aren't overclocked 133Mhz chips like other companies use.

 

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