With new RAM technology coming out lately like DDR-RAM and the expensive RDRAM, you would think SDRAM would be pushed aside. Well the answer is NO. At least not yet. DDR might already be available but there are still only a few DDR boards out in the market. With the success of the latest KT133A boards for AMD processors and with the expensive prices of RDRAM and P4, SDRAM is still here to stay. Now which memory has proven its performance time and time again?
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