Word from Apacer here in Oz has it that their new DDR2 1066MHz memory module has just gained ATI Crossfire certification which indicates that the module is of excellent quality, reliability and performance in line with Crossfire equipped gaming PCs.
The new Overclocking Series DDR2 1066MHz modules are sold as 2x1024MB and 2x512MB kits with timings of 5-5-5 at 2.2v. Aussie retail pricing is said to be $115 for the 1GB kit and $210 for the 2GB pair.
Sydney Australia, Nov 26 2007 - After winning a series of awards for its Overclocking Series memory modules, Apacer Technology Inc., a global leader in memory modules and digital storage, is the first memory supplier in the market to pass ATI CrossFire certification program for its Overclocking Series DDR2 1066 MHz DDR2 unbuffered 2 GB kit (1 GB x 2) and 1 GB kit (512 MB x 2) memory modules.
ATI has ramped up the CrossFire certification program to ensure compatibility of components and strong performance of CrossFire systems for gaming PCs. CrossFire certified components include memory, graphics cards, motherboards and power supplies.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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