AMD to start manufacturing DRAM30 November 2011 08:31:42
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has confirmed that it has expanded the range of PC components it manufactures and will start developing DRAM.
The electronics firm - well known as a supplier and manufacturer of computer processors and other chips - said that the decision came as a result of its growing expertise with memory capacity.
AMD will be joined in the venture by Patriot Memory and VisionTek Products.
According to AMD, the DRAM will be available in a range of specifications with products ranging from 2GB to 8GB plus a Radeon Edition which will run at 1866MHz.
DRAM is a variant of Random Access Memory and computer users can add upgrades to their system to improve performance and reduce the number of system crashes.
Those individuals who do not want to wait until the AMD chips are available or want to use another memory brand such as Kingston, could opt for the 4GB Kingston HyperX RAM High Speed RAM, as it could provide a significant boost and comes with a lifetime warranty.
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