DDR-2 suffers from lack of demand, low yields
LOW YIELDS and low demand for DDR-2 means that market research firm iSuppli is predicting that the memory manufacturers will fail to reach their 2004 targets.
that's no surprise now? AMD still uses DDR, and only the latest and most expensive motherboards from Intel have DDR-II slots. At no performance gain and higher cost, it will be a while before DDR-II will become attractive for the masses
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