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Mushkin Announces High-Density 2GB EPP Module

Discussion in 'News' started by W1zzard, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    Mushkin Enhanced, a leading manufacturer of high-performance computer components, is proud to announce the addition of the 2GB EM2-4200 memory module, as well as the corresponding 4GB dual kit into the Enhanced Performance line. With the industry quickly moving to a higher density standard, Mushkin continues to raise the bar with ground-breaking technology and the forward thinking our customers are accustomed to. The 2GB EM2-4200 is rated for 4-4-4-12 at 1.8V.


    991530- 2GB EM2-4200 4-4-4-12
    996530- 4GB EM2-4200 DDR2 Dual Kit (2x2GB)

    With most manufacturers’ production facilities now completely focused on DDR2, the industry has officially made the technology switch. With the release of the 2GB EM2-4200 memory module, Mushkin continues to focus research and development on higher-density memory modules. "The new 2GB EM2-4200 memory modules allow users with higher-density requirements to get the most out of their machines," said Brian Flood, Director of Mushkin Research and Development. "These memory modules will prove especially useful for 64-bit computing environments where the maximum allowed RAM exceeds 4GB. As the industry nears another high-density transition, Mushkin takes a leadership role with the release of this product." The Mushkin 2GB EM2-4200 will be available on mushkin.com as well as all major resellers this month.
  2. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    What is EM2 and EPP?
  3. stealthfighter

    stealthfighter New Member

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    at my pc
    a 2gb memory stick?? HAHA... I still have a 2gb hard drive in my pc (sharing pagefile responsibilities w/ my 133mb/sec NTFS 120gb)
    Wow, they've really come a long way.
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