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Transcend Releases Stubby DDR2-533 Memory Modules

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Steve Dougherty | Apr 10, 2006 at 07:15 pm CDT (0 mins, 43 secs reading time)

Memory maker "Transcend" have just introduced some rather short-standing DDR2-533 unbuffered memory modules, measuring just 0.72 inches high. This ensures they'll snuggly fit into any cramped up sardine packed case, be it small form factor / HTPC or similar.

The official press release has further details here folks.

Providing cutting edge memory solutions, Transcend Information, Inc. announced their pioneering, very low profile DDR2-533 Unbuffered DIMM memory module (P/N: TS64/128MLQ64V5VL) at a mere 0.72 inches high. The small PCB meets the tough requirements of ever-shrinking systems.

Specially designed for use with any desktop or computer system requiring the lowest PCB height, Transcend's low profile DDR2-533 Unbuffered DIMM module consists of 64Mx8 own-brand DDR2 FBGA chips. The six-layer PCB used for Transcend's 512MB/1GB modules are designed to meet the highest specifications by minimizing noise signal disturbance and enhancing overall performance.

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