its a bit pointless IMHO - with the new P-series Intel mobile CPUs - a great majorty of newer systems will more likely be supporting DDR3 instead of DDR2 - dont get me wrong - there will still be DDR2 machines being sold but less & less of them will be rolling off the production line. making this product a bit of a waste of time as DDR3 coupled with the new P series chips boast up to 20-30% more efficientsy both performance & power saving wise.
DDR2 is dying out & its suprising that they bring this out now & not earlier when DDR2 was still in the middle of its life not when its about to die.
definitely a no brainer. the only definite thing is that it will be a waste of your money.
once DDR3 is more mainstream it too will fall in price.
Soz i almost forgot about AMD there - Reguarding AMD - i suppose they will get more use out of the lower latancies then Intel & will possibly keep their kit rolling off the line supporting DDR2 until further notice
(Sorry if my post seems a little bias towards Intel. but as usual Intel has been pumping loads of cash into marketing & advertising while AMD have pretty much stayed silent about their mobile endevours)
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