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Crucial release PC3200 memory

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Cameron Wilmot
Published Mon, Feb 17 2003 6:51 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT
Shelley Baldiga from Crucial just let us know about the release of their PC3200 DDR-400 memory in 256MB and 512MB flavors.

Just a heads-up that Crucial is beginning to add PC3200 DDR SDRAM (DDR400) to its high-quality DDR product line. Both 256MB and 512MB PC3200 modules are now available online at Crucial.com. We've received a growing number of requests for this higher-speed memory in recent months and are now offering a solution to meet the diverse needs of our customers.PC3200 is designed for use in motherboards that require a 200MHz front-side bus with an effective front-side bus speed of 400MHz. Crucial's PC3200 modules have components at 400MHz (200Mhz x 2). They are not overclocked components.
More information @ Crucial

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