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Lexar Announces Crucial DDR2 DDR2-667MHz FBDIMM Memory

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Lexar Media declared today the immediate availability of Crucial 1.5V DDR2 FBDIMM server memory modules. As part of its commitment to the enterprise-computing space, Lexar Media's new energy-efficient Crucial server memory product line utilizes the industry's first 1.5V, 1Gb-based components to deliver reduced chip count. These modules are also compatible with Intel's Skulltrail enthusiast platform. "The modern data center seeks as small of a power and thermal footprint as possible - and Crucial energy-efficient memory can play an important role in reducing the power consumption and heat in these servers," said Jim Jardine, Lexar Media's senior DRAM product marketing manager. "Ultimately, customers will reap the real benefits of an energy-efficient technology without sacrificing any of the performance or reliability they have come to expect from us." The DDR2-667MHz FBDIMM modules are available now in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB kits at Crucial.

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"The modern data center seeks as small of a power and thermal footprint as possible - and Crucial energy-efficient memory can play an important role in reducing the power consumption and heat in these servers,"
One would think the modern data center seeks high performance.
 

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what the performance benefit of fully buffered memory?
does that make them more energy efficient? or is that just this line of ram?