Kit DDR400 Dual Channel da TwinMOS
Con il seguente comunicato stampa Twinmos annuncia la disponibilita dei kit di memoria DDR400, coppie di moduli ottimizzati per operare su schede madri Dual Channel:
"TwinMOS, a leading manufacturer of memory modules, today launched the DDR 400 dual-channel kit able to support new-generation DDR motherboards, making the company the first in the industry to launch this kind of memory device.
TwinMOS latest offer, the dual-channel module, comes at a competitive time in the market, with the introduction by other major motherboard makers of platforms supported by Intel, VIA or SiS chipsets enabling FSB transmission rates of 800MHz and the dual channel architecture.
The device, which utilizes chips manufactured by Powerchip with the most advanced 12-inch fab technology, has passed the tests typically conducted on FSB800 motherboards and is now recommended by hundreds of trade publications throughout the world.
The module is compatible with new-generation motherboards. Traditional platforms carry data through single-channel architecture, which gathers information to be collectively sent to the CPU. However, such architecture, which handles such large amounts of data, will inevitably lead to delays. Instead, the dual channel architecture deploys a two-way transmission path in which a pair of DDR 400 dual-channel modules inserted into the motherboard DIMM slot is able to double the transfer bandwidth from 3.2GB/s to 6.4GB/s. The transmission of data between the module and the frontside bus of a Pentium 4 CPU at a rate of 800 MHz can effectively resolve all memory issues.
The DDR 400 dual-channel module runs data 1.67 times faster than the DDR 400 single-channel model and 2.13 times faster than DDR 333. For users interested in systems with data rates twice as fast as previous versions, TwinMOS DDR 400 dual channel kit, which comes with a pair of modules are all been verified in the dual channel environment and proved through testing to achieve high performance and stability especially when working with FSB 800MHz devices, is the ideal choice."