Kinmax has announced the release of a new memory module, the Hardcore series DDR500 hyperband module, which uses TinyBGA package technology. This PC4000 DDR module has a CAS latency of 3, and runs at 2.6V.
Ever since the Intel 875/865 high-speed platforms became the market mainstream, many hyperband motherboards have hit the market, whose front side bus (FSB) supports more than 1 GB of memory, providing computer enthusiasts with a high-speed computing environment that pushes the limits of bandwidth. After the release of its internationally renowned DDR433 memory module, Kingmax continues to strive for innovation with the DDR500. The DDR 500 has a maximum working clock speed of 250MHz, and is packed with our proprietary patented TinyBGA package technology. In addition, the DDR 500 can reach data transmission speeds of up to 4GB per second thanks to shorter a signal trace length.
The DDR 500 reduces noise and cross talk to a minimum, thus greatly increasing the entire system's running efficiency and reliability. Thanks to this product's superior heat dissipation capabilities and comparatively low voltage, it is unnecessary to add any heat dissipation devices. Its perfect "super" speed, stability, and quality allow you to experience unprecedented, extremely high speeds. The DDR500 has already been finalized and tested for hyperband compatibility with all 875/865 and K8 platform motherboards currently in the market. The DDR 500 has shown impeccable performance at its extreme.
Currently Kingmax his Hardcore Hyperband module series includes 466MHz and 500MHz modules with 256MB or 512MB capacity.