The Inquirer is reporting that VIA is working on a new chipset that will support Quad Band Memory technology.
Quad Band Memory [QBM] uses existing DDR devices (2.1 GB/sec bandwidth) or to say DDR 266 and delivers the bandwidth expected from future memory devices such as DDR2 and ADT (4.2 GB/sec bandwidth).VIA's new chipset will be able to support Intel's quad-pumped 533MHz FSB.
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