AnandTech writes that memory manufacturers at Computex were showing more and more high-speed DDR2 parts now that AMD announced it will support DDR2 memory early next year.
Corsair for instance was showcasing PC2-8000 DDR2 (1000MHz DDR2) and OCZ also had its DDR2-1000 memory at display for the press.
GeIL on the other hand was presenting its 1066MHz DDR2 memory, with an error-free demo cycling Memtest-86.
However, AnandTech wasn't too optimistic since they have revealed some time ago that not many of the current DDR2 memory modules can reach 1066MHz. Go here for some pictures.
Memory manufacturers heading to +1000MHz DDR2
Posted on Sunday, June 12 2005 @ 17:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck