Kingston Intros Memory With Next-Gen Opteron Support

"Kingston Intros Memory With Next-Gen Opteron Support"

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 Kingston Technology today announced the release of its ValueRAM DDR2 ECC and Registered ECC memory modules specifically designed to support the Next–Gen Opteron processors.
 Kingston Technology’s ValueRAM DDR2 ECC and Registered ECC memory features speeds up to 667 MHz, higher data bandwidths, lower power consumption and enhanced thermal output.
 Marc Bernier, Research & Development Engineer, Kingston Technology comments “This is a significant development for Kingston, combining cutting-edge memory technology with the latest in processor development. Kingston Technology’s new ValueRAM DDR2 ECC and Registered ECC memory technology combined with Next-Generation AMD Opteron processors offers the perfect solution for consumers demanding leading price-performance, reduced operational costs and the best in processor and performance memory.”

 Kingston new memory modules are available in 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, and 2 GB configurations aimed towards higher-end computing. Each module undergoes 24 hours of burn-in reliability testing, extensive dynamic testing and visual inspection. This is combined with a 24/7 technical support service.

For more information visit Kingston

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18-08-2006, 07:14:18

FragTek
[QUOTE=Ham]I might try a bios/firmware flash/upgrade. But i have a feeling my old man may have tried that.

Is it possible that the static in teh atmosphea(sp?) is interfearing with the wireless's radio wave, confusing it and therefore its shutting off the outbound connection?[/QUOTE]
Yes that is quite possible.

19-08-2006, 11:29:16

Ham
Well, a firmware upgrade did about as much as poking it with a large stick.

Anyone got any other ideas?

19-08-2006, 11:53:32

nathan
poke it with a larger stick?

19-08-2006, 11:57:59

Ham

poke it with a larger stick?



lol, spose i asked for that...

19-08-2006, 13:46:05

Phnom_Penh
You're playing cs over wireless? well firstly it's best to try it with cable and see if it has the same problems. My guess is that it's something like the wind blowing your line around, and aggrovating a poor connection somewhere.

23-08-2006, 14:10:17

Ham
No, i have a wire. My sis' laptop is the only PC on the wireles. And if it was the lines the usb modem would cut out aswell.

Someone Explain the difference in PPoE & PPoA? And which one i should be using? As thats my last hope. If that dosn't work ill officaly open the 'recomend me a new router' floodgates.

23-08-2006, 16:18:14

Phnom_Penh
It should be PPoA. Belkin are pretty **** anyway. It could be the line, if the modem gets less noise than router, it wouldn't be affected so much ;).

23-08-2006, 16:59:36

Kempez

It should be PPoA. Belkin are pretty **** anyway. It could be the line, if the modem gets less noise than router, it wouldn't be affected so much ;).



My Belkin's been ROCK solid. No problems at all :)

23-08-2006, 17:04:48

Ham
Whats the model number kemp?

26-08-2006, 21:26:58

Ty07allstar
i had the same problem and all i did was buy another router and all was good.
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