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Memory firm backs RDRAM 1200, 1333 to hilt

Aye, aye Dramurai
Fri Feb 28 2003, 11:46
RAMBUS RDRAM technology got a further boost today as OCZ said it would support the four channel PC-1200 RDRAM chips and PC-1333 RDRAM.

The firm said it currently makes PC-1200 modules and believes consumers will benefit from four channel PC-1200 when SIS releases its future R659 chipset.

As we recall, that chipset is sampling in the second half of this year.

Major mobo firm Asustek said it would produce products based on the RDRAM specification.

Bandwidth of 9GB/s is claimed for the future RDRAM technology, which other motherboard manufacturers are also expected to adopt. µ


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