Chicago (IL) - Kingston has begun shipping DDR2 400- and 533- MHz memory modules for Intel's recently announced Express Chipsets 915G and 925X, previously code-named Grantsdale and Alderwood).
The chips operate at 1.8 Volts and use about 50 percent less power than previous memories for Intel platforms. CAS latencies are rated at 3 and 4. The line-up starts with 512 MByte 400 MHz ECC DDR2 DIMMs which are priced at $222. 1 GByte DIMMs ring in at $420, 2 GByte EDD at $840.
533 MHz modules are available in configurations with 256 MByte ($125), 512 MByte (from $185), 1 GByte (from $362) and 2 GByte (from $723).
More Details are available on Kingston's Website.