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Daily News Round #2 for March 29, 2005

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for March 29, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Mar 30, 2005 3:33 am

- TwinMOS launches Speed Premium DDR433 modules with Winbond BH-5 Dies


Are you after some reasonably priced yet overclocking crazed DDR memory? These might just whet your appetite. TwinMOS announce today their new "Speed Premium DDR433" memory modules which need no real introduction beyond the actual modules residing on the PCB. Winbond's classic BH-5, need I say more? Details in the supporting press release.


29 Mar. 2005, Taipei? TwinMOS recently announced the Speed Premium DDR433 series, the entry-level memory modules for overclocking. For those who want to try overclocking with limited budget, Speed Premium DDR433 will be the perfect solution that fulfills their expanding demands for memory efficiency and reliability and enables them to upgrade their operating systems and enjoy 3D games.. Moreover, all overclocking settings have been completed before shipping, so users can easily enhance the speed to nearly 466MHz without operating complicated BIOS setup.


Basically under the operation of standard frequency, Speed Premium DDR433 offers the best reliability available on the market today ; In addition, with extended voltage adjusted by users, superior and stable overclocking environment can be easily set. But To speak of the most significant feature about this model is the application of WINBOND BH-5 dies, which has been a hot topic being discussed within overclocking forum from time to time. WINBOND BH-5 is known the best performance in overclocking field and was highly recommended by most of hardcore overclockers. However following the change of business model by WINBOND,WINBOND dies are in a shortage for a while. But now TwinMOS is pleasant to offer this powerful memory module with WINBOND BH-5 dies to fulfill inquiries from overclocking users.


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