Made of selected 70nm modules in 128MBx8 double-sided configuration and 8-layer PCB, together working in dual channel mode, it offers a maximum of 17GB/sec transfer rate. In compliance with JEDEC standards, this kit makes full use of modern day processor processing powers. A benefit of having large physical system memory is that the hard drive will be accessed less frequently for paging file (hard drive used as virtual memory ~ slower than memory), resulting in a more responsive operating system.
In addition, the modules have diamond cut heat-spreaders with a phoenix graphic design to keep your modules nice and cool. The 4GB dual channel kit's got the looks, the performance to deliver and it will be available at the 2008 CeBIT in Hannover, Germany.
PQI DDR2-1066 4GB memory kit launched
Posted on Wednesday, Feb 27 2008 @ 00:10 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
PQI unveiled a new 1066MHz 4GB DDR2 memory kit with some nice looking heatspreaders. The modules have 5-5-5-15 timings and according to the specifications they run at a voltage of only 1.92V.