Big news from motherboard maker Albatron as they issue out an announcement detailing their new "KM51PV-AM2" board, with the biggest highlight of the new board being that it's designed to make use of AMD's (yet to be released) family of Socket AM2 processors with DDR II memory support.
For further info, grab the official press release here.
Albatron Technology announced its new KM51PV-AM2 following in the footsteps of semiconductor giant AMD's leap into the world of integrated DDR II memory controllers for K8 processors.
AMD's original forays into processor integrated memory controllers began with earlier K8 processors sporting the predecessor DDR technology. This turned out to be a defining moment for AMD, significantly increasing frequencies and bandwidth between CPU and memory, not to mention boosting processor sales to record heights.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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