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Tuesday, 26 February 2008 22:47

PQI does DDR2-1066 4GB kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Dual-channel with Phoenix graphics emblem

 


PQI has
released a new 4GB dual-channel kit rated to work at 1,066MHz. These modules are a part of PQI's Turbo memory series, but have been given a new look.

As mentioned, the modules are rated to work at 1,066MHz with 5-5-5-15 latencies. These modules use an 8-bit prefetch design and work at a low Voltage of 1.92V. As all high-end memory modules, these are also made from selected chips that are placed in a 128Mx8 double-sided configuration on an 8-layer PCB. All of this is enough for 17Gb/sec of transfer rate.

Unlike the previous Turbo series modules, the new kit uses diamond cut heatspreaders with a Phoenix graphics design, which definitely looks good.

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