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Trans Intl introduces 1GB memory modules for the Apple ibook G4.

Trans Intl. recently announced the availability of a 1 Gigabyte (GB) DDR (Double Data Rate) memory upgrade module for the newly released Apple ibook G4 800 Mhz, 933 Mhz, 1 Ghz Model.

Trans Intl.'s 1 Gigabyte (GB) memory modules double the system's main memory in the ibook G4 models to 1152 Megabytes (MB) of available RAM.

The ibook G4 models have one available memory expansion slot for main memory expansion and 128 MB of RAM soldered on the system logic board. Trans Intl.'s 1 Gigabyte (GB) memory upgrades double the memory density of the available memory expansion slot to 1 GB.

Without this upgrade, the system memory capacity was limited to a total of 640 MB of main memory as currently specified in Apple documentation.

Trans Intl. memory modules conform to Apple's stringent electrical and mechanical design guide lines. Trans Intl 1GB DDR Memory Modules operate at a clock rate of 133MHz and transmits data at 266 Mbps.
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Date:Nov 17, 2003
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