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Mushkin Announce Two New 4GB DDRII Kits

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| RAM News | Posted: Mar 15, 2007 10:33 pm

With Vista in mind, Mushkin have just announced two seperate 4GB (2x2GB) kits as new additions to their XP2 family of modules.


These new 4GB kits are the XP2-6400 with 4-3-3 timings, and the XP2-8500 with latencies of 5-4-4.


DENVER, CO (March 14, 2007) - Mushkin, a global leader in high performance computer products, today released the XP2-8500 5-4-4 modules available in 4GB dual-channel kits and 2GB single DIMMs. Designed for the most demanding enthusiasts, the XP2-8500 is specified for operation at 1066MHz, 5-4-4-12 latencies. Each kit is tested beyond its rated specification to ensure the overclocking headroom and quality that Mushkin customers expect.


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