Posted by Red Squirrel on August 12th 2004
allows manufacturers to clock the memory needed by today's cutting edge computer
systems much higher than regular DDR, with less heat, and less voltage. So far
this applies to just Intel chipsets (i915p, i925x), but speculation is that AMD
will be getting into the game later in the year. Talk about the best of both
worlds At the moment, if you intend to upgrade your system with DDR2 memory, you
will have to upgrade to an Intel i915p or i925x based socket 775 Pentium 4
motherboard. As Samsung are one of the world's largest memory manufacturers,
it's no surprise that it already has its DDR2 modules in the hands of test labs.
The two 256MB DDR2 modules we are testing in this review make use of Samsung
K4T56083QF-GD5 DDR2 DRAM, which is rated to run at 533 MHz, with timings of
4-4-4 and a voltage of 1.8V.
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