Apacer Launches 4GB (2GBx2) DDR2-800MHz High-capacity Memory Modules
"Apacer Technology has launched a new 4GB (2GBx2) DDR2-800MHz dual-channel memory module pack for desktop PCs"
Published: 11th January 2008 | Source: Apacer |
The Apacer 4GB DDR2-800 memory module conforms to the JEDEC standard, and uses 1GB (128Mb x 8) pin architecture, with cutting-edge 70nm process technology and FBGA chip packaging. It provides high frequency and low power consumption by comparison with memory modules produced using older production process technology. Maximum bandwidth is 12.8GB per second (in dual-channel mode); the working voltage is just 1.8V.
In developing the dual-channel architecture for its new 4GB (2GB x 2) DDR2-800MHz memory module, Apacer has insisted on using memory chips with the same specification from the same supplier, and from the same batch, for both modules. Chip packaging is preceded by rigorous dual-channel environment testing. At every stage from die selection through production and testing right through to packaging, great care is taken to ensure that the memory module will provide the best possible performance and stability in a dual-channel environment.