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Kingmax TinyBGA PC150 128 MB Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 04/24/2001 11:39 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Digit-Life has posted a review on the Kingmax TinyBGA PC150 128 MBytes memory module.
In 1997 Kingmax already offered a TinyBGA case for packing DRAM dies, which was much similar to a BGA and shared nearly all advantages of the latter over a standard TSOP. In 1998 Kingpak, a daughter company, registered a corresponding trade mark, and the mass production of SDRAM chips in TinyBGA cases started up. Today most SDR SDRAM chips produced by Kingmax are packed exactly in TinyBGA cases. And the KSV684T4A1A-06 chips mounted on our TinyBGA PC150 module are not an exclusion. Letīs find out what advantages this type of case has as compared with other types.