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Kingmax announces DDR3-1333 memory modules
Press release, August 24; Eric Mah, DIGITIMES [Friday 24 August 2007]

Taiwan-based Kingmax has announced the launch of DDR3-1333 memory modules in both 1GB and 2GB capacities.

Kingmax DDR3 1333 1GB/2GB memory modules for desktop computers uses CSP FBGA packaging technology and adopts the JEDEC-compliant DDR3 8-bit prefetch design, which is a multifold improvement over the DDR2 4-bit architecture, with clocking in the 1333-1600MHz range.

Elpida chips give each Kingmax DDR3 1333 1GB/2GB memory module high overclocking potential, according to Kingmax.

Using only 1.5V, as compared to 1.8V in DDR2, the new DDR3 saves more power and it features new functions, such as CWD, power-saving reset, ZQ calibration, SRT and PASR. All these new technologies enable the DDR3 memory to more effectively read/write data and save more energy, noted the company.

The 1GB module will be available in September for US$220 while the 2GB module will be available in December for US$420, according to the company.

Kingmax DDR3-1333 memory module

Kingmax DDR3-1333 memory module
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