Viking ships Registered DDR2 SDRAM PC2-3200, Hynix unveils 1GB SO-DIMM samples
Lots of motherboards and systems on the new chipsets showcased at CeBIT caused a wave of DDR2 SDRAM announcements. According to SANMINA-SCI, its subsidiary, Viking InterWorks, overclocker memory vendor, was one of the first to ship DDR2 Registered DIMM PC2-3200 modules to OEM customers.
Company´s ECC (x72) series of DDR2 Registered DIMM PC2-3200/PC2-4200 now includes 512MB and 1GB modules on x4 and x8 chips:
- VR5ER647214DBP 512MB Registered PC2-3200 CL3 DIMM
- VR5ER647214EBS 512MB Registered PC2-4200 CL4 DIMM
- VR5ER647218EBP 512MB Registered PC2-3200 CL3 DIMM
- VR5ER647218EBS 512MB Registered PC2-4200 CL4 DIMM
- VR5ER287214EBP 1GB Registered PC2-3200 CL3 DIMM
- VR5ER287214EBS 1GB Registered PC2-4200 CL4 DIMM
- VR5ER287218EBP 1GB Registered PC2-3200 CL3 DIMM
- VR5ER287218EBS 1GB Registered PC2-4200 CL4 DIMM
Hynix Semiconductor has also made a DDR2 SDRAM announcement and unveiled 1GB DDR2 SO-DIMM samples on 0.11µm process. According to the demand expected in H2 this year, samples have 400 and 533 MHz clock rates. The mass production of 1GB DDR2 SDRAM SO-DIMM is scheduled to Q2 2004 and dated to Intel´s respective chipset announcement.
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