Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Kingston releases HyperX memory targeted at Netbooks
Kingston technologies unveiled their new Hyper-X 2GB memory module for netbooks using the Intel Atom processor. Part number KHX4200S2LL/2G is a 2 gigabyte memory module with latencies of 3-3-3-8. The module is based on sixteen 128M x 8-bit DDR2 FBGA components.
Kingston created the KHX4200S2LL/2G module with Asus Eee, MSI Wind and Gigabyte UMPC netbook models.
"A netbook or mobile internet device will automatically recognize the preset low latency value of the HyperX memory module and properly boot the mobile device to provide higher performance than standard memory," said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. "Netbooks are growing in popularity and Kingston is pleased to present a HyperX module that makes these small mobile devices run faster."
Clock Cycle Time (tCK) CL=3 3.7ns (min.) / 8ns (max.)
Row Cycle Time (tRC) 55ns (min.)
Refresh to Active/Refresh Command Time (tRFC) 127.5ns
Row Active Time (tRAS) 40ns (min.) / 70,000ns (max.)
Single Power Supply of +1.8V (+/- .1V)
Power 1.396 W (operating per module)
UL Rating 94 V - 0
Operating Temperature 0o C to 55o C
Storage Temperature -55o C to +125o C
Posted by Admin at Wednesday, March 04, 2009