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    News - GeIL's Green Series DDR2 memory is eco-friendly

    Uses 1.6V instead of 1.8V. Needs more supporting boards, though.
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    Re: News - GeIL's Green Series DDR2 memory is eco-friendly

    lower voltages/power usage with the same speeds is a goal for all component manufacturers i would have thought. Suprises me that we havent seen this kind of thing already.

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    Re: News - GeIL's Green Series DDR2 memory is eco-friendly

    Couldn't agree more with Biscuit. Given that we can realistically aim for ~ 20watts for a low power desktop nowadays, even 1 or 2 watts is a good saving. I'd definitely pay *a little* extra for lower-power RAM...

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