Tuesday, November 20th 2007

Micron's DDR2 Memory Qualifies for Use With New AMD Phenom Processors

After Kingston, now Micron Technology announced that its one gigabit (GB) double data rate DDR2 memory components are qualified for use with the Advanced Micro Devices new AMD Phenom quad-core processors.
Users can experience a significant increase in computing performance by combining the AMD Phenom processors with Micron’s DDR2-1066 memory technology,
Micron’s DDR2-1066 components have been in production for several months now and we are pleased to have successfully qualified our products with the AMD Phenom processors.
said Brian Shirley, vice president of Micron’s memory group. That's the same old song to a new tune, we get certified memory modules for every new piece of hardware.Source: Micron
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Indeed it is. However, its also good news to know that most things us TPU users buy will work with new and exciting hardware that is coming out. Makes me feel alot better and have more choices.
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