The purpose of the Nvidia module compatibility program is to ensure memory compatibility with multiple motherboard manufacturers based on
Nvidia Nforce4 SLI for Intel Edition chipset. As module speeds increase and the industry has placed more demands on higher performance,
the need for compatibility testing has become significantly more important.
This program targets any module supplier building PC2-5300 and PC2-4200 unbuffered modules.
Benefits Of Participation
What Are The Costs Associated With The Program?
- Confidence in Compatibility & Quality. Provides module suppliers with the confidence that their modules will work with in a variety of motherboards.
- Valuable Feedback. Program is intended to independently verify compatibility and provide important data to module makers.
- Save Time and Money. Minimize RMA's, Tech support calls, and related overhead costs.
- Market Exposure. Modules which pass the testing process will be posted on Nvidia.com and AVL's website at www.validationlabs.com.
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Facilities and Equipment
AVL operates a US lab along with a facility in Taiwan. The lab is fully equipped to support both
industry standard and custom test suites. The lab supports redundant capabilities to ensure
AVL has processed and performed validation tests for OEM's, chip makers and DRAM manufacturers.
Standards of Practice
Deep knowledge base with software, hardware and operational practices associated with test engineering.
Services and Capabilities
AVL has the ability to provide "one-stop" service to control customer time, costs and quality metrics.
AVL works with leading OEMs and semiconductor companies in its daily business.
AVL's experience, capacity, and processes have allowed AVL to reduce the standard "test and
report" cycles increasing customer satisfaction and responsiveness.
How Can I Participate?
| ||Module Process Flow |
|Module supplier contacts AVL and submits |
online submission form
|Supplier ships samples directly to AVL |
|AVL completes testing|
|AVL reports test results to Nvidia and module supplier |
:: Fail ::
:: Pass ::
|Module supplier fixes problem and resubmits samples for testing ||Web listing on www.nvidia.com and AVL |
How Can I Contact AVL?
Advanced Validation Labs, Inc.
17800 Newhope Street - Suite B
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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