TwinMOS has announced a new DDR3 memory running at what could easily be interpreted as quite meager frequency of 1333 MHz, but the thing is that this memory is not for the regular, or stationary, computers. TwinMOS has designed one of the first DDR3 modules for use with high-end laptops craving not only capacity but also speed, while at the same time consuming less power. The modules operate at 1.5V, whereas DDR2 operate at 1.8V, and use the new 204-pin SO-DIMM interface


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