Micron shipping DDR2 modules

By Julio Franco
Dec 8, 2003
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  1. Micron Technology revealed Monday that it has begun producing large numbers of DDR2 chips, a new generation of memory for computers.

    The DDR2 memory standard is a higher-performance, less-power-hungry successor to double data rate, synchronous dynamic RAM (DDR SDRAM), created by the JEDEC consortium. It can transfer more data per second than DDR, according to Micron, which promises better overall performance for computers with high-speed processors.

    Read more: CNet News.
  2. Krugger

    Krugger Newcomer, in training Posts: 210

    I finally just upgraded to DRR ram this year, and now they already got a successor, well i suppose that's how the computer industry works.
  3. DirtDizzle

    DirtDizzle Newcomer, in training

    All this is is faster RAM right? Faster in MHZ or more data transfer at the beginning and end of clock cycles? If the latter is the cause does anyone know if we can use this ram with existing DDRI capable mobos?
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