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Tuesday, 26 February 2008 22:35

Super Talent releases 800MHz FB-DIMM's

Written by Slobodan Simic

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1GB modules for Intel and Apple

 


Super Talent Technology
has announced two new DDR2-800 Fully Buffered DIMM modules. These new FB-DIMM's will be available as 1GB modules, with sixteen 64Mx8 chips and have designed them for either Apple or Intel.

According to the press release from Super Talent, these modules are similar to standard FB-DIMMs, but Super Talent has decided to put faster chips and s speedier AMB chip on the re-designed PCB. According to the same press release, these modules are designed to offer the best reliability and performance in server or workastation systems. However, we have a feeling more than a few Skulltrail users will be eyeing these modules.

As with the entire Super Talent line of DRAM modules, these are also backed with a lifetime warranty, and the OEM price on both the T800FB1GAP for Apple and the T800FB1G for Intel is approximately $50, which has to be considered very affordable for these kind of memory modules. 


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