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Thursday, July 21, 2005
Apacer VS Transcend (DDR2 533MHz)

1. Apacer DDR2 PC4300 CL4

Apacer was founded in 1997 while two years later, it was ranked as the fourth-largest third-party manufacturer in the highly competitive global memory module market. Apacer's product line has evolved from memory modules and flash cards to include a full range of memory modules for notebooks, desktops, servers and a range of proprietary applications; portable flash memory solutions; ATA disk chips and modules (ADC/ADM); and the brand-new, stand-alone DISC STENO system.

Apacer uses Elpida's memory chipsets for its Memory modules.

Specs by Apacer

- 240pin DIMM,240pin ECC DIMM,200pin SO DIMM
- 256MB/512MB/1GB
- x64bit.x72bit,FBGA
- 1.8V CL4




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