Intel validates Hynix' 2GB DDR-2-667

Posted on Wednesday, July 27 2005 @ 4:22 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hynix announced it is the first DRAM supplier to receive Intel validation on its 2GB DDR2-667 small outline, dual in-line memory modules (SODIMMs).

The 2GB DDR2-667 SODIMMs are manufactured using the Hynix 2Gb Dual Die Package (DDP) DDR2-667 components. The 2Gb DDP devices developed by Hynix Package Research Institute were also the first 2Gb devices to receive Intel validation and utilize two Hynix 1Gb DDR2-667MHz die into a single package.

The Hynix 2GB DDR2 SODIMMs running at 667MHz support future generations of Intel Centrino mobile platforms and increase overall memory performance by 25 percent while doubling memory capacity.

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