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Kingston Intros Ultra Low Latency DDR / Low Latency DDR2 Memory Modules

| RAM News | Posted: May 6, 2006 1:45 am

Expanding upon their high performance "Hyper-X" series of DDR memory modules, Kingston have added some new 1GB PC3200 DDR modules (and 2GB kits) which operate with awesome timings of 2-2-2-5-1.


Also covered in the same press announcement, they've kicked off a new breed of 800MHz DDR2 modules offered in 512MB and 1GB sizes (with dual channel kits also avail.). These will happily run with timings of 4-4-4-12.


For pricing and other info, check out the PR on Kingston's website.


Fountain Valley, CA - (April 17, 2006) - Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the worldwide independent leader in memory products, announced today the expansion of their Ultra Low Latency DDR modules and introduction of Low Latency DDR2 memory modules. The Kingston® HyperX® 400 MHz (PC3200) CL2 DDR module specifications have been updated to support lower latency timings of 2-2-2-5-1 in 1-GB module and 2-GB kit memory configurations. HyperX 800-MHz (PC6400) CL4 DDR2 has been updated as well, to support 4-4-4-12 in 512-MB, 1-GB modules and 1-GB, 2-GB kit memory configurations.


Kingston's HyperX modules are designed for zealous gamers and the PC enthusiasts who want to maximize the performance of their system to allow for the optimization of memory parameters. Future and current DDR2-based platforms will witness increased operational headroom with low latency DDR2 modules from Kingston Technology.


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