DDR Memory Chipset
Trying to keep up with current news I found this over at SysOpt today. Personally I like things in pairs but after looking at this chipset solution I might just reconsider......Then again running dual K7's might be pretty cool. here's a clip
"Intel has already positioned itself with the Rambus memory architecture and has shown little interest in DDR memory types. DDR capable chipsets must be developed by other manufacturers, such as VIA, SIS, and ALI. Until recently, VIA was positioned to take the lead as the first company to produce a DDR chipset, but things have changed. In December 1999, Micron took the lead with its new DDR Samurai chipset. It proved that DDR was something besides fiction, and has laid the way for future DDR implementations."
Related Web URL: http://sysopt.earthweb.com/articles/samurai/index....
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