Anandtech has just posted a preview of Kingston’s upcoming DDR2 modules. Although there are no benchmarks as retail chipsets suing DDR2 are not yet available, it does outline the features and functionality DDR2 will provide.
With all the rumor and speculation about the problems getting DDR2 out the door, it’s reassuring to see the world’s largest memory manufacturer announcing and shipping DDR2 DIMMs. We’re looking forward to reporting how Kingston DDR2 actually performs when the boards and processors are officially announced. At least the holdup now with Intel’s Socket 775 should not be the availability of DDR2 memory for the new boards.