Dane-Elec, DRAM memory module, DDR/DDR2
Dane-Elec DRAM Memory module ranges increase for the Business, Home and Gaming markets
News Release from:
20 November 2006
Dane-Elec continues to add to its range of DRAM memory module products designed to meet the needs of most desktop and laptop personal computer users, as well as high-end servers and gaming products.
With a fast reacting module manufacturing and assembly plant in Ireland, Dane-Elec is ideally placed to satisfy the memory requirements of the European PC industry. Orders can be taken as late as 17.00 for next day delivery.
Dane-Elec’s range includes a comprehensive range of DRAM modules from standard PC modules such as DDR/DDR2, high-end modules such as SODIMM and FBDIMMs and PC100/133 for gaming and legacy system requirements.
The company continues to introduce new DRAM modules based around the latest memory devices which combine higher frequency operation with lower power consumption – two performance factors demanded by today’s computer manufacturers.
Dane-Elec’s latest DDR2 modules feature capacities from 256MB to 2GB, need just 1.8V for operation . Unlike their TSOP packaged DDR counterparts, these new modules are housed in the smaller, more efficient BGA (ball grid array) package.
A memory module “configurator” is available to users on Dane-Elec’s website – www.dane-elec.com Here, customers are able to select the right module for their application by selecting from a very comprehensive list of compatible systems. Users are able to select by model or part number and are provided with all the information needed to specify the right module or modules for their system.