Super Talent Ships 2GB 667MHz DDR2 Modules

"Super Talent Technology, a world leader in memory modules and flash products, today announced general availability of 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 ECC Registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) and 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs (FB-DIMMs).
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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 07/12/2006
Author: PV5150
Source: Super Talent

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Super Talent Technology, a world leader in memory modules and flash products, today announced general availability of 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 ECC Registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) and 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMMs (FB-DIMMs).

S2GTR4BMx 2GB 667MHz DDR2 ECC 240-pin RDIMM

S2GTF4EMS 2GB 667MHz DDR2 240-pin FB-DIMM

Super Talent designed the S2GTR4BMx RDIMM for maximum memory speed and density in Next-Generation AMD® Opteron™ based servers. This module has been qualified fully loaded (32GB installed) in Supermicro’s newest “8-way” Quad Dual-Core Opteron server boards including the H8QC8. The S2GTF4EMS FB-DIMM was developed specifically to support the latest Intel® Xeon® based server platforms.

FB-DIMM technology offers unprecedented performance, scalability, and density in the server memory subsystem. See more details on FB-DIMMs here, http://www.supertalent.com/tools/FBoverview.php . As an active member of JEDEC, Super Talent helps define FB-DIMM and other memory standards. Super Talent has already shipped in excess of 10,000 FB-DIMMs since the new standard emerged several months ago. Super Talent’s FB-DIMM product family now includes 512MB, 1GB and 2GB densities.

Super Talent’s 2GB 667MHz FB-DIMM has passed qualifications at CMTL, the memory industry’s leading independent compatibility test lab. Scott Fisher of CMTL commented, “The Super Talent S2GTF4EMS modules passed our intensive memory tests with flying colors. These modules are among the first 2GB 667MHz FB-DIMMs to earn CMTL certification on the new Intel S5000PSL and S5000XVN server boards.” Super Talent VP of Business Operations, Mr. CH Lee, said, "These products demonstrate Super Talent’s leadership in developing high reliability server memory, and also our commitment to work with industry leading motherboard manufacturers on product validation testing. Both these modules have already passed our own rigorous in-house qualification testing in addition to earning Supermicro’s seal of approval. Super Talent server memory delivers the best reliability, compatibility, and consistency in the industry."

Both these products are manufactured in Super Talent’s state-of-the-art San Jose, California factory, and are backed with a lifetime warranty. Super Talent stress tests every single DRAM module they build in a motherboard to ensure one of the highest reliability rates in the industry. Both products are shipping now directly to OEM customers and through Super Talent distributors worldwide.

Feel free to discuss this product release in our forum

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06-12-2006, 10:53:18

Ham
Well, ive managed to fill up my 120gb storage drive with general crap.So im going too need a new one pretty soon. Ive got everything that wont fit on the storage drive on my 200GB boot drive atm, but need a reformat one ive got more storage.

So my options are:
An 80gb SATA2 drive, format and fresh install of windows. Then use my 200gb as storage.

A 160GB IDE drive, Plain plug & play storage.

Another 200GB SATA2 drive, More faster plug & play storage.

Oppinions?

TIA

06-12-2006, 11:08:35

Toxcity
I would go for 80gb for boot drive. :D

I know it may be more hassel but its much cleaner for the operating system.
Plus its easy to find stuff on blank drives.. :p

06-12-2006, 11:16:33

Kempez
80/200GB SATA 300 drive. divide into two partitions and use one for windows

Then use the rest/other drives for storage

12-12-2006, 15:56:36

Rastalovich
Ham - what drive connections does u`r mobo have ?

12-12-2006, 17:32:27

Ham

Ham - what drive connections does u`r mobo have ?



Usual IDE 1 & 2 and 4 SATA2, 3 spear.

I think im gonna have to delay getting anything new anyway. I forgot to budget for xmas presants...
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