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Dataram unveils DDR2 line for AMD Opteron CPUs

Posted: 23 Aug 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Dataram? memory module? AMD? Opteron? DTM?

Server and workstation memory provider Dataram Corp. has announced a full line of memory modules compatible with AMD's next-generation Opteron processor family utilizing Direct Connect Architecture and HyperTransport technology. These Socket 'F' (1207) CPUs utilize DDR2 memory for lower power consumption, greater bandwidth and enhanced thermal performance.

Dataram memory modules for these new Opteron's are currently available in 512Mbyte, 1Gbyte and 2Gbyte capacities in speeds DDR2-667 and DDR2-533 in the DTM product line supporting systems builders and OEM's. 4Gbyte modules will debut in Q4. The modules support Chipkill advanced ECC or standard ECC (depending on model), are low profile and RoHS compliant.

"High-end enterprise users of complex memory intensive applications have been delaying system purchases waiting for these new processors. Now is the time to place those orders, and Dataram has the memory options available for the powerful new servers and workstations that feature these Opterons," stated Paul Henke, director of product marketing at Dataram.

Dataram said its DTM line of memory modules feature a lifetime warranty, quality and reliability via advanced design and extensive testing, free worldwide technical support and prompt delivery.

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