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Micron Technology Inc. of Boise, Idaho, through its direct online memory supplier, Crucial.com, is offering PC1600 DDR SDRAM memory module upgrades to end users for the same price as PC133 SDRAM modules. This aggressive move cannot be seen except as a shot across the Rambus bow. Micron and Crucial say the discount will help them prove the price-performance advantage of DDR technology. Though Intel Corp., at one time, indicated that its Pentium 4 CPUs would support only Rambus DRAM memory, it recently admitted that it would need to support DDR memory to be successful in the higher performance market.

For more information, read electronicnews.com and theregister.co.uk, or visit the Crucial Website at crucial.com.

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