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Samsung 1GB DDR 2 DIMM enters mass production

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Samsung announced this morning that it is now producing a 1GB DDR 2 DIMM in volume.

The announcement follows Micron's shipment last week of the first 4GB DDR DIMM.

The Samsung part is based on the company's 512Mb DDR 2 chips, which it began sampling almost a year ago. The chips operate at 1.8V a deliver data at a rate of between 533Mbps and 667Mbps. ®

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