Infineon Aeneon memory modules benchmarked

Posted on Thursday, December 15 2005 @ 14:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs is one of the first to test the new Aeneon memory modules from Infineon.
Later on, this strictly defined application field for the new Aeneon modules was unmasked on the Aeneon’s official web-site, devoted to these products. According to the information available on this web-site right now, Aeneon memory modules can be supplied to the white-box PC market as well as to the largest OEMs and system assemblers. As a result, there appeared a product line targeted “for everyone and for no one” at the same time, which was very much like the Infineon product family, but boasted unprecedented combination of attractive price and great performance achieved due to the latest technological innovations and offered excellent reliability during operation (according to the same official web-site).
You can check it out over here.

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