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Memory company Kingston Technology today announced "limited availability"" of DDR400 (PC3200) memory modules. Kingston's DDR400 DIMMs are destined for use on motherboards supporting DDR400 memory. We're not entirely sure how much memory...
While such manufacturers as Kingston are finally able to offer limited quantities of DDR400, as reported earlier today here, American memory experts Corsair, who have had DDR400 product for a few months already are already...
Samsung today began shipping DDR400 P3200 modules in volume. They're available in 128MB and 256MB densities through distribution, while the 512MB should ship at the end of May. Samsung says it has...