RDRAM memory was popular for a few years in the world of computing, particularly when Intel entered into a licensing and development contract with Rambus Inc., the manufacturer of RDRAMs, in 1996. High costs and technical problems with RDRAMs and Intel’s chipset resulted in the early demise of RDRAM technology as Intel began to phase out their RDRAM use in 2001. Despite their fleeting appearance on the computing stage, devices manufactured and sold during those times exist and work well today. If you have one such device and need replacement PC800 or PC1066 RDRAM modules, Memory America is the site for you. Modules in both ECC and non-ECC format are available and our modules range in size from 128MB to 1GB. Error-correcting code (ECC) memory is used primarily on servers while non-ECC memory modules are used on home computers. These RDRAM modules have 184-pins and were used in computers with Pentium III or Pentium 4 processors.
Although RDRAMs were only prominent for a short time, many computers and servers from the late 1990s and early 2000s are still being used today and these users may need to replace or upgrade their memory modules. All of the RDRAM modules at Memory America are new and have been manufactured to meet or exceed OEM specifications. We guarantee that our memory modules are high-quality products that are fully compatible for your system as evidenced by the lifetime warranties available on these modules. If your purchased RDRAM fails - and your warranty has not been voided by any means - Memory America can provide an advanced replacement.