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KingMax - The Age of DDRII

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By: Steve Dougherty | RAM News | Posted: Nov 9, 2005 6:45 am

Memory makers "KingMax" have just dished up an article which highlights the several advantages DDR2 memory carries over that of DDR1, particularly when looking down the road ahead. The detail they go into is quite substantial, also talking about their BGA packaging technique and other areas of relevance.


KINGMAX,Taipei Nov 8,2005 -Computer hardware technology is constantly being upgraded or replaced because of the lightning speed of technological advances. The pace of change is especially remarkable in motherboards, graphics cards and processors -- but as the operating platforms advance so do requirements for memory modules, as memory performance is closely tied to the overall computation performance of the system. Even with the latest and fastest hardware, if the memory is not able to keep up, bottlenecks will occur during software operating processes. As the technology advances, memory module manufacturers are well aware of the crucial role memory plays in technology development.


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