Industry, CA - (July 11, 2003) - GeILUSA, the worldwide independent leader in high speed DDR memory products, announced today a new addition to its Golden Dragon line of high speed DDR modules, the DDR 500MHz (PC4000) module.
This module is designed for the most extreme gamers and PC enthusiasts whose optimization of memory parameters in their gaming rigs is an absolute necessity. First in the industry to implement Wafer Level Chip Scale Packaging (WLCSP), Golden Dragon achieves its high bus speed and unsurpassed bandwidth even at the highest allowable voltage setting with no heat spreader required. Without the heat spreader in the way, the true face of a never-seen-before actual die from a silicon wafer is now beautifully shown under operation. Low operational temperature is maintained at high voltage setting, giving abundant room for the worst torturous overclocking minds found in the human specie.
Working closely with ASUS, Abit, and other major motherboard manufactures at engineering level, GeIL gains the pioneering ability to test and certify performance and compatibility. Further more, with the new WLCSP technology, GeIL is able to test chips at wafer level and become the most technologically advanced module house in the world.
As always, GeIL's new flagship production stirs up a big splash in the very heart of the gaming enthusiast world. "The PC4000 Golden Dragon is in direct response to our customers, making it the fastest, the most advanced, and the best tolerant high performance DDR module in the market today.", said Victor Chu, VP Marketing, GeIL USA.
GEIL introduces blazing fast Golden Dragon PC4000 500MHz DDR Memory
Posted on Sunday, Jul 13 2003 @ 08:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
After OCZ and Kingston this week there is another memory maker introducing his DDR500 memory ! This time GEIL introduces his DDR500 memory, unfortunately there is at the moment nothing avaible about the timings at which these modules will run. And also about in how many MB these will be aviable and pricing we know nothing.