PQI are prep'ing up for the Vista launch in the near future, today introducing singular 2GB DDR2-533 memory modules (or 4GB dual channel kits). Although 4GB seems like mega overkill at the moment, i've a feeling Vista will change all that somehow.
Taipei, Taiwan - With current PC multimedia frenzy, the need for more system memory is ever increasing and with the up and coming release of Windows Vista, a multimedia orientated operating system, the memory demand is at an all time high!
PQI's DDR2-533 2GB, that's 2GB worth of capacity on a single module (a dual channel kit will give you 4GB), is here to take on Windows Vista's demand on system memory. This means you can have 4GB worth of memory capacity running under 1T command rate and fully enjoy Windows Vista's variety of visual effects and capabilities.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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