Intel certifies Hynix his 512Mbit DDR2 chips

Posted on Monday, October 20 2003 @ 16:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hynix has announced that Intel has successfully tested their 512Mbit DDR2 chips with his Lindenhurst chipset and officially confirmed their compatibility.

Hynix 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM chips are made using 0.11┬Ám process and require 1.8V voltage. According to Hynix, their volume production is scheduled to early 2004. memory modules on 512Mbit DDR2 chips are designed for servers, workstations, and desktops.

Hynix believes in 2004 the demand for such memory will grow, when Intel's DDR2 chipsets will be spreading.

Source : Digit-Life

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