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Hynix Developes 2GB DDR2-800 Memory Modules

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    Hynix Develops 2GB DDR2-800 Memory Modules

    Hynix has developed a 2GB DDR2 memory module with operating speeds of 800 MHz, which makes it the world's first in memory industry. The 2-Gbyte DDR2 module is based on 90-nanometer process technology using advanced wafer-level packaging technology (WLP). Hynix did not say precisely when the new memory modules will start mass production.

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    Is this actually DDR2-1600 operating at 800Mhz, and not DDR2-800 like the title would have you believe? Or just the ability to have shed-loads of RAM at DDR2-800?
     
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    im am also, when i first read it i was like this was invented like 2 years ago but then i thought a single 2gb stck and not 2x 1GB or maybe ddr2 1600

    its one of the 3 above thou
     
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    I am also confused by this, 2GB sticks of DDR2-800 have been available for a while now.
     
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