Super Talent Ships 2GB 667MHz DDR2 SO-DIMMs

"Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash products, today introduced a 2GB DDR2-667 SO-DIMM. Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 31/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Super Talent

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash products, today introduced a 2GB DDR2-667 SO-DIMM.

The T667SB2G_M is an industry standard 200-pin unbuffered non-ECC DDR2 SO-DIMM that conforms to JEDEC specifications. This product was designed by Super Talent engineers in San Jose, California. It is built with sixteen pieces of 128M x 8 (1 Gigabit) DDR2 DRAM chips in FBGA package, neatly organized onto an industry standard 200-pin SO-DIMM module that measures only 1.18 inches high by 2.66 inches wide.

According to Mr. Joe James, Marketing Director for Super Talent Technology:

“As new operating systems and applications put greater demand on memory, higher density SO-DIMMs are becoming a vital need for the mobile elite. Our engineers designed this 2GB 667MHz SO-DIMM to offer the ultimate upgrade path in both performance and density, while conforming to industry standards to ensure 100% compatibility with leading laptops.”

T667SB2G_M, manufactured and tested in Super Talent’s state-of-the-art Silicon Valley factory, has already been validated in multiple popular notebook PC’s, and will be available in February from Super Talent resellers worldwide at approximate street pricing of $485. T667SB2G_M is fully compliant with RoHS standards for green manufacturing.

2GB DDR2-667 SO-DIMM Specifications here

Super Talent SO-DIMM

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30-01-2007, 13:32:01

I had no idea where to post this, but I've received so much help from people in these forums already so I thought I might give it a shot.

News is out that the G80 graphic cards for notebooks will not be out until at best 3rd quarter 2007. I can't wait that long to buy my new notebook so I guess I have to settle for a lesser card.

The best on the market seem to be GeForce Go 7900+ and Mobility Radeon X1900. Those aren't really hard to find.

This is where it gets tricky: I'm a guy on the move and I don't think I'll be able to lug around a 15" notebook. Therefore what I'm asking is for you to help me find a notebook smaller than 15" (the smaller the better - I think 12" would be my dream notebook) that still sports one of the mentioned graphic cards. Anywhere on the net is game because this seems to be an impossible task for me.

Give it a try - those of you who dare - and thanks in advance!

30-01-2007, 14:06:33

Heres a good page ful of 12" laptops. :)
Check it out, I didn't know what CPU make you perfer.. So just have a looky! :o

30-01-2007, 14:14:21

I not much of a Laptop person but i had a quick shift about fer ya

and found these: [url][/url]

Depending on what you like you can search using the side bit :D

Hope its some help to ya :D

30-01-2007, 15:16:56

The Dell XPS M have Geforce 7400's in them if you upgrade them. They're pretty hand and tiny :)

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