AMD and Intel to boost DDR2 demand in Q1 2006

Posted on Wednesday, October 19 2005 @ 12:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
It's expected demand for DDR2 memory will rise enormously in the first quarter of 2006, when AMD will ship its Socket M2 processors and because shipments of the Intel 945-series are expected to increase.
AMD reportedly will announce the availability of its 90nm M2 socket design, with all of its desktop processors, including single- and dual-core CPUs, adopting the 940-pin platform next year. The chip vendor has begun delivering samples, the makers said, noting that volume shipment of products based on AMD’s DDR2-supporting CPU design are slated for the first quarter 2006.
More info over at DigiTimes.

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