Older devices such as video game consoles use Extended Data Out DRAM, also referred to as EDO memory, as a memory module as opposed to DDR2 or DDR3 DIMMs. This technology debuted in 1995 and saw widespread use in the following years. If you are refurbishing an old computer game console or other device that use EDO memory, you can purchase new EDO modules from Memory America. EDO memory modules are 72-pin units that are available in16MB, 32MB and 64MB capacity sizes. In addition to video game consoles, these memory modules can be found in early Pentium desktop computer models. Even though these memory modules are an older technology, the modules available at Memory America are brand new and manufactured by Mitecs. Bring your older component back to life with these EDO modules and take comfort in the fact that you will receive lifetime warranty on the module with your purchase.