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Patriot Announces DDR3 Reg. ECC Line Of Modules

Preparing for the Infusion of DDR3 technology

| RAM News | Posted: May 15, 2009 7:46 am

Patriot is pleased to announce immediate availability of their now DDR3 Registered and DDR3 ECC Unbuffered DIMMS.

 

Patriot Announces DDR3 Reg. ECC Line Of Modules

 


Patriot says that the new kits are designed to compliment the Triple Channel technology of the Core i7 platforms. In total, Patriot is offering 16 new DDR3 kits, ranging in sizes from 2GB to 12GB and speeds of 1066MHz to 1333MHz.

 

All of Patriot's server memory is supported by lifetime warranties and free tech support. Patriot is hoping that their server memort will help spearhead the transition to DDR3 technology especially for those partners that are focused on servers, workstations, embedded systems and networking applications."

 

"Compared to DDR2, the transition to DDR3 server memory can reduce the average power consumption by as much as 25% to 35%," says Phil Rombs, Patriot's Senior Applications Engineer. "We understand the significance to our partners for efficient, reliable, cost effective, technology." "Patriot's server memory will help spearhead the transition to DDR3 technology especially for those partners that are focused on servers, workstations, embedded systems and networking applications."

 

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