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AnandTech Recognizes Micron with Editor's Choice Award for Top DDR2 Technology
Crucial 512MB DDR2 DIMMs based on Micron chips consistently achieve highest performance
BOISE, Idaho--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 27, 2004--AnandTech (www.anandtech.com), the leading IT source for hardware analysis and industry news, recently awarded Micron Technology, Inc., and Micron's direct sales division, Crucial Technology, with the Editor's Choice Award for providing the best performance and value currently available in DDR2 memory.
"We are pleased to award our Editor's Choice for the top DDR2 memory to Crucial PC2-4300U. It is a top performer and the best retail value in this DDR2 roundup," writes Wesley Fink, AnandTech's Senior Memory and Motherboard Editor. "The Crucial PC2-4300U (performed) with the widest bandwidth and tightest timings found with any memory that we tested. This same Editor's Choice applies to Micron PC2-4300U, which is the same memory for the OEM market. Micron and Crucial are to be congratulated for providing the best performance and best value currently available in DDR2 memory."
"AnandTech extensively reviews new technology for products that set the standard in their competitive field, and Micron is privileged to be recognized for our DDR2 products," said Terry Lee, Executive Director of Advanced Technology and Strategic Marketing for Micron's Computing and Consumer Group. "Micron is the first supplier to validate all three densities of DDR2, and the first supplier to ship production volumes of DDR2. This award further validates the performance of Micron's DDR2 as well as our leadership position in the industry."
"Crucial is honored to receive the Editor's Choice Award from AnandTech, a site our customers often visit for in-depth product reviews," said Fred Waddel, Crucial General Manager. "The importance of this award is two-fold; it recognizes both the quality and performance of Micron DDR2 memory, and Crucial's ability to offer Micron DDR2 memory directly to end-users."
The results of AnandTech's article, "DDR2 Roundup: Reaching for 667 and Beyond," compared eight DDR2 memory modules from various providers concluding "Micron memory chips have proved to be the top performers."
Crucial Technology is a division of Micron Semiconductor Products, Inc., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Micron Technology, Inc. Crucial provides high-quality memory upgrades, video cards, flash memory, and a host of products to enhance the entire computing experience on its Web site at www.crucial.com. Crucial offers over 110,000 upgrades for more than 20,000 desktops, notebooks, servers, routers, printers, and electronic devices.
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