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Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Corsair Unveiled 2GB DDR2-667 ValueSelect SODIMMs


The new ValueSelect 2GB SODIMMs are designed to meet the growing demand for high density SODIMMs for maximum system responsiveness.

"Current notebooks typically support up to 4GB of system memory when using a 64-bit operating system but feature only two memory slots. With this limitation in mind, it means users have to use 2GB SODIMM modules in order to maximize memory capacity. Having more memory in the notebook is vital in delivering a faster system response time and a smoother user experience," said Richard Hashim, Director of Product Marketing at Corsair. "For those looking to transition to Vista, the 2GB modules allows instant upgrade of current notebooks to be Vista Ready and delivers Vista premium experiences."

Designed for current generation notebooks and mini-PCs, the new high density SODIMMs allow users to maximize memory bandwidth and minimize performance bottleneck to deliver superior user experience. Individually tested and certified to run at 667MHz, the new SODIMM is compatible with current Intel Centrino Duo based notebooks.


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