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XP 2600 System Adopts TwinMOS
Date: Tuesday September 10, 2002
Category: Memory
Manufacturer Link: Twinmos
AMD Athlon XP 2600 System Adopts TwinMOS PC2700 for Validation
 

AMD Athlon XP 2600 System Adopts TwinMOS PC2700

for Validation

 

September 10, 2002, Taipei   The TwinMOS PC2700 memory module has once again been given the honor of being the designated test memory module for AMD’s newest CPU, the Athlon XP 2600 system. This computer system is equipped with TwinMOS PC2700 memory modules, raising the system to DDR 333MHz performance, while at the same time the memory modules’ full-loading operation highlights the system’s high speed and stability.

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/0,,30_118_756_3734^3750^3746,00.html

 

The testing platform used by the AMD Athlon XP 2600 was the specially selected Epox EP-8K3A+ mainboard from Epox Computer Company. The TwinMOS PC2700 memory modules were chosen as the designated memory modules from among the products of eight well-known memory manufacturers, which were also submitted for testing. After passing strict testing and burn-in on an earlier version of the Athlon CPU, the TwinMOS PC2700 received more outstanding test data. This clearly shows that the TwinMOS PC2700 memory modules can pass the rigorous testing of full-loading, high speed operation.

 

According to the TwinMOS U.S. subsidiary: The reason TwinMOS PC2700 has found favor with AMD is because:

 

1) The PCB conforms to JEDEC specifications, and was designed entirely with the special characteristics and signals of the DDR 333MHz memory electronics in mind.

 

2) All developed PC2700 memory modules must first pass Ali, AMD, Intel, nVIDIA, SiS, VIA and other system chip manufacturer’s validation.

 

3) All PC2700 memory modules produced must pass systematic testing by all of the major mainboard manufacturers, raising the level of compatibility – just one example is TwinMOS’s cooperation with Epox Technology.

 

4) Full-loading testing is the threshold for large computer system certification; it is also one of TwinMOS’s quality control standards.

 

The world’s large system chip makers of the DDR 333 chip have already jumped on board and have established the DDR 333 mainboard as a mainstream product. The major features of every maker’s mainboards are becoming more alike by the day. Who will win? It all depends on who offers support for the largest memory capacity and the stability of full-loading.

 

 

TwinMOS Technologies Inc.

President of Business Group : Mr. Alan Pan……..

Tel: 02-2696-3939

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