Mushkin Bring On 4GB DDR2 Kits

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| Sep 13, 2006 at 8:22 pm CDT

As the demand for more system memory continues to grow in the market (particuarly when looking ahead to the launch of Vista in the near future), Mushkin have just released their new 2GB EM2-4200 memory module (also offered as 4GB dual channel kits), these modules rated for 4-4-4-12 at 1.8V.

Details in the press announcement here.

With most manufacturers' production facilities now completely focused on DDR2, the industry has officially made the technology switch. With the release of the 2GB EM2-4200 memory module, Mushkin continues to focus research and development on higher-density memory modules. "The new 2GB EM2-4200 memory modules allow users with higher-density requirements to get the most out of their machines," said Brian Flood, Director of Mushkin Research and Development. "These memory modules will prove especially useful for 64-bit computing environments where the maximum allowed RAM exceeds 4GB. As the industry nears another high-density transition, Mushkin takes a leadership role with the release of this product." The Mushkin 2GB EM2-4200 will be available on as well as all major resellers this month.

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