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Date: March 31st, 2004.
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Simpletech
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS


SimpleTech Nitro High Speed Memory is the advanced memory solution for maximizing your system performance for gaming and high-end applications such as animation, video editing and photo retouching. With turbo-charged performance, Nitro PC3500 operates at DDR433, Nitro PC3700 operates at DDR466, and Nitro PC4000 operates at DDR500.


Nitro High Speed Memory is now available in 256MB and 512MB modules, as well as dual channel, matched module pair kits in 512MB (2x 256MB) and 1GB (2x 512MB) capacities. And with new high performance processors hitting the market, Nitro gets you flying at speeds you only dreamed of.



Features:


o 184-pin (non-ECC), 2.6 V DDR Module
o Available in PC3500, PC3700, and PC4000
o Available in 256MB, 512MB Modules or in 512MB and 1GB Matched Pair Dual Channel Kits
o Meets Dual Channel Architecture Requirements
o Aluminum Heat Spreader for Thermal Diffusion
o Individually Tested and Certified by SimpleTech
o Slim PCB (height: 1.200" / 30.48mm)
o Lifetime Warranty
o Free and Unlimited Technical Support

 

 


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