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GeIL Ultra PC3500 Golden Dragon Memory Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 07/23/2003 01:49 PM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
PCStats has posted a GeIL Ultra PC3500 Golden Dragon Memory review
Style is playing a larger and larger role these days in the design of computer hardware, and for good reason. Why have a bland beige box sit next to you when you can have a "flashy" black or brushed aluminum case with iridescent blue lights glowing inside? I know a few novice computer users who are buying systems that have case windows, and LED fans which until recently were strictly the domain of the "computer geek". I know it's true, because I'm a geek too. Memory manufacturers can realistically only so much to flash up their modules, and the most popular method is simply to wrap the DIMM's with various colours of aluminum or even copper heatspreaders. GeIL, a company that has some of the flashier DIMM's out there, just released their Golden Dragon line of memory - possibly the best looking DIMMs on the market some might say? GeIL incorporated advanced WLCSP (wafer level chip scale package) technology into the Golden Dragon memory line, and aside from the functional reasons to go in this direction, it does look rather cool. To protect the naked silicon DRAMs from damage, the manufacturer added a transparent plastic cover over top.