The next step in memory
Subject: Memory | April 7, 2006 - 02:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HotHardware got a sneek peek at Kingston's upcoming FBDIMM, the newest type of memory almost available to the consumer. Drop by to see what kind of improvements it will bring.
Or check out Ryan's review of Gigabyte's iRAM, utilizing DDR memory as blazing fast long term storage.
"The next generation of DDR2/DDR3 DRAM technology is on display at HotHardware.com. These sticks
are meant for server applications right now but down the road Intel will be introducing them to the
Desktop. FBDIMM employs AMB (Advanced Memory Buffer) chip technologies for a full high speed serial
interface to DRAMs."
Here are some more Memory articles from around the web:
TWIN2X1024-8500 Memory @ HEXUS
- Interview with PDP Systems/Patriot Memory: Memory for the Masses from 1985 until
Today @ X-bit Labs
Ultra-X nForce4 Edition PC3200 400MHz CL2 5-2-2 DDR @ ThinkComputers.org
- Patriot PDC2G3500LLK 2GB
PC3500 Dual Channel Kit @ Bjorn3D