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PQI Releases DDR2-533 2GB Memory for Windows Vista

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  1. malware New Member

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    With current PC multimedia frenzy, the need for more system memory is ever increasing and with the up and coming release of Windows Vista, a multimedia orientated operating system, the memory demand is at an all time high! PQI's DDR2-533 2GB, that's 2GB worth of capacity on a single module (a dual channel kit will give you 4GB), is here to take on Windows Vista's demand on system memory. This means you can have 4GB worth of memory capacity running under 1T command rate and fully enjoy Windows Vista's variety of visual effects and capabilities.

    The 2GB PQI DD2-533 modules are carefully selected and rigorously tested for quality and performance! As one of the leading memory solution providers in the world, PQI is one of the few, if not the first to release a single 2GB DDR2-533 module at CL3-3-3-8 / DDR2-667 capable @ CL 4-4-4-12 (specific modules) latency, it is definitely right up there on C/P value chart for every PC user.


    DDR2-533 Specifications
    Interface: SSTL_18 240 Pin DIMM
    Capacity: 2GB
    Bandwidth: 4.2Gbps
    Voltage: 1.8±0.1V
    System Bus Frequency: 267MHz
    Cas Latency Delay (CL)4-4-4
    Warranty: Lifetime

    Source: PQI
     
  2. Lozza New Member

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    I hope they are going to make this stuff in DDR. I don't want to upgrade everything to get DDR2.
     
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    It seems like theres going to be a big push towards ddr2 in the near future
     
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    DDR mobos dont support more than 1GB per stick anyway, so the whole argument is moot.

    Anyway, here's to hoping for 800MHz versions with decent timings before feb/march when I upgrade to Core Duo :)
     
  5. Aegis New Member

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    Most systems have a 32-bit OS anyway, so they can only address 4GB of RAM. It'd be much cheaper to just get 4x1GB modules then 2x2GB.
     
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    Then what are those 4GB SINGLE sticks for?! ;) (yes its for servers, but some non-server motherbaords can take them too. :))
     
  7. Azn Tr14dZ New Member

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    There are some motherboards that support 8GB total, so creidiki I don't know what you're talking about...
     

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