The TCCD specification was tailor-made for Corsair by Samsung. As a part of the agreement, Samsung has agreed to directly supply Corsair’s TCCD requirements until the end of 2005 and beyond. Contrary to rumours that indicate universal unavailability of TCCD, Corsair continues to provide high performance XMS memory modules made with 100% Samsung original TCCD
Hynix has developed DRAM industry’s first 512MB DDR2-800 UDIMMs and has received validation from ASUS. The 512MB and 1GB UDIMMs are based on the Hynix 512-megabit DDR2-800 SDRAM device that is manufactured with cutting-edge 90-nanometer design rule and operates on low 1.8 volt electricity. Hynix stacked eight 512MB DDR2 DRAM chips for 512MB module package
OCZ is pleased to announce the release of the extremely gamer-friendly OCZ PC-3500 Gold GX series, an aggressively priced, low latency line. With just a slightly above average voltage of 2.8V, these high-speed modules run at DDR433 with the gaming-essential timings of CL 2-2-2-5! The enhanced latency of PC-3500 Gold GX allows it to thrive
Infineon today announced that it has supplied the industry’s first DDR3 devices and modules to leading PC industry developers. This milestone places Infineon at the development forefront for the next generation of memory products, which will be twice as fast as today’s highest speed memory products. First computer systems equipped with DDR3 memory technology are
Here are the promo items for VR-Zone member this month. 1) Ultra-X SD Card 1GB, VR-Zone member, S$ 134.00 2) MMC Mobile 256MB, VR-Zone member, S$ 59.00 3) RS MMC 512MB, VR-Zone member, S$ 69.00 4) Mini SD 512MB, VR-Zone member, S$ 80.00 5) Speed Premium PC3200 512MB ( 256MB X 2 ), VR-Zone member,
Corsair is pleased to unveil XMS2-8000UL as its latest addition to the high performance XMS family of products. First in the industry to ship DDR2 memory modules at factory default frequency of 1GHz, Available immediately in both single module and dual kit packages and rated to run at aggressive latency settings of 5-4-4-9, the new
Infineon demonstrates its leadership as memory supplier with the early introduction of DDR2-800 memory modules for the high-performance PC market and was selected ‘preferred supplier’ by Asus for its 512MB (Megabyte) DDR2-800 unbuffered DIMMs. Combining those DIMMs with the DDR2-800 capability of Asus’ P5WD2 Premium motherboard, the whole system allows computer enthusiasts to maximize desktop
PQI beat OCZ to release the first ever 1GHz DDR-II memory, the PQI Turbo Memory PQI2 8000 1GB Dual Channel Kit, Rated at CL5-5-5-15, with max bandwidth up to an astonishing 8GB/s. According to PQI, the PQI Turbo Memory PQI2 8000 will work well with i945 & i955 mainboards.
OCZ today disclosed the collaborative effort between themselves and ASUS to bring the enthusiast community the industry’s first motherboard and memory solution rated for 1000MHz. Together OCZ Technology and ASUS, two industry leaders sought after for their high quality, high performance products, have made a giant leap on an experimental board and broken the 1GHz
Twinmos Speed Premium range of memory has been growing in fame among the overclockers. The high clock speeds at aggressive timings that the DDR rams are capable of are just what the performance seekers are looking for. Let’s take a look at this new batch of Speed Premium memory with “BH5” chips.
OCZ today announced the release of the PC2-6400 Enhanced Bandwidth Platinum series—an extremely high performing line of DDR2. Supporting the lowest latency DDR2-800 currently available today, the OCZ PC2-6400 Platinum series is guaranteed to deliver unparalleled speeds amid incredibly stable and reliable operation. Equipped with cutting edge technology, the PC2-6400 will not only fulfill the
Taiwan-based memory module makers have had mixed responses to a recent Semiconductor Reporter article quoting Chang-Gyu Hwang, president of Samsung Electronics’ Memory Division, Device Solution Network as saying that he expects NAND flash prices to fall 40% every year due to maturing process technologies. NAND flash prices may not fall as dramatically as Samsung predicted
Winbond has announced that they have finally completed R&D for their 12inch wafer fab process, and will be re-entering the DRAM market by the last quarter this year. Winbond will start fabricating 512MBit DDR2 memory based on a 0.11micron process.
PQI addressed speed-hungry overclockers with their latest memory from their Turbomemory series, the PQI PC272001GDB. Rated to operate at DDR2-900, The Dual Channel kit consisting of 2x512MB modules are rated at 900MHz with a latency of 5-5-5-15, with operational voltage of below 2.0V. The modules are using Elpida DDR2-800 chips, and every single chip has
NEC announced that Microsoft has adopted its embedded DRAM for the next generation XBox to be announced at E3 in Los Angeles next month. The embedded DRAM will be used as a key piece of the graphics subsystem of the game console. The device will be fabricated on NEC’s most advanced process. The production of
Elpida today announced the availability of 4 Gigabyte DDR2 Registered DIMMs that offer high-density and high-performance benefits for server applications. Elpida’s new modules can deliver up to 32 Gigabytes of memory in an eight slot server platform, with system data transfer rates up to 8.4 GB/sec. They also utilize Elpida’s unique stacked FBGA (sFBGA) technology
Some great news for Corsair fans! Cybermind is giving an exclusive rock bottom price for their CORSAIR 512MB DDR400 CL2.5 (VS512MB400) memories to VR-Zone members! The usual price is S$ 95 and now is available for S$ 82. Promo starting from 23rd April ’05 Saturday. It is limited to first 100 pcs only! Whilst stock
The spot price for effectively tested (eTT) DRAM chips recently jumped 22% from US$ 1.80 to US$ 2.20, mainly due to stronger demand from China, according to DRAM distributors. Demand for the segment recently started to pick up significantly, as buyers in China are purchasing more eTT chips for the upcoming national holidays, the distributors
The US Department of Justice has settled its case with memory maker Hynix. Hynix plead guilty to DRAM price fixing between 1999 and 2002 and was assessed a fine of $ 185 million. Executives from Infineon have also pleaded guilty to DRAM price fixing, and both Micron and Samsung remain under investigation.