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IWILL Dual AMD Opteron board supports 64GB Memory
Date: Thursday August 04, 2005
Category: Motherboards
Manufacturer Link: Iwill
IWILL DK88 successfully broke the traditional memory capacity tolerance. There are totally 16 DDR memory DIMMs (8 DIMMs per CPU) on board, and each DIMM could support up to 4GB memory.
 

IWILL Dual AMD Opteron board supports 64GB Memory

IWILL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of high-end server, workstation and appliance solutions, is proud to announce world's first high-memory capacity workstation and server board. IWILL DK88, based on AMD Opteron™ platform, can support up to 64GB memory. This solution is specially designed for the memory-intensive applications, and allows the most applications, especially in EDA/CAD/ rendering fields, running faster and more stable.

IWILL DK88 successfully broke the traditional memory capacity tolerance. There are totally 16 DDR memory DIMMs (8 DIMMs per CPU) on board, and each DIMM could support up to 4GB memory. It supports registered memory with ECC and chip-kill function to fulfill the most critical task from Electronic Design Automation market. As design sizes continue to increase, more and more designs will exceed the current workstation's capacity. This leaves designers struggling to find a way around the workstation's memory limits. IWILL DK88 is a technology breakthrough to support EDA tools well.

"IWILL has been dedicated on workstation and server market for a long time, so we know how difficult it is when an engineer ran EDA tools without sufficient memories. IWILL DK88 is a key to facilitate development of EDA market." said Mason Su, General Manager of IWILL Corporation.

In order to deliver the maximal memory capacity, IWILL chose digital Voltage Regulator Module instead of the traditional aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Because one of the key features for digital VRM is its smaller footprint, it leaves enough room to put more memory banks on board. It also avoids the risk of leaking capacitors damaging systems. The electrolyte would not only cause the damage on the board's elements, but also destroy your expensive peripheral accessories.

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