There is talk that DDR2 memory is nearing the end of its life, and while this could be true to a certain extent, I believe it to be more of the opposite. While DDR3 is on the horizon and will take memory frequencies well beyond 1GHz, from the time this memory is first released to the time it is adopted, that could still be well over a year from now. After all, DDR2 only properly replaced the original DDR memory last year, despite being released way back in 2004. Now that both AMD and Intel have converted all their platforms, sales of DDR2 memory are much stronger.

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