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Kingston Technology First to Unveil Ultra Low Latency 800MHz Memory Modules

| RAM News | Posted: May 16, 2007 11:31 pm

OOoooh yeah, this is what we want to see more of. Kingston have just released some new DDR2-800 memory modules as a part of their HyperX performance lineup which boast extremely low latencies; 3-3-3-10! They can be purchased as either 512MB or 1GB modules with the option of dual channel kits.

 

Pricing doesnt look too shabby either, with the 512MB stick coming in at $69 or 2x512MB kit $138, followed by 1GB sticks and 2x1GB kits at $128 and $255 respectively.

 

Given their somewhat high rated voltage of 2.3 to 2.35V, overclocking headroom is anyone's guess at this stage. But you'd imagine if you dip down the timings a bit it should give you some nice headroom to play with.

 

Head over to Kingston's website for the full scoop on 'em folks.

 



Fountain Valley, CA -- (May 15, 2007) -- KingstonĀ® Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is first to market with production volume of its ultra low-latency DDR2 800MHz HyperX memory modules. Available immediately, the new modules are the fastest performing memory available that provide speed and performance -- without the need for overclocking.

 

"In lowering the latency even more, going to 3-3-3 with our new HyperX ultra low latency 800MHz DDR2 modules, Kingston is offering both gaming and tech enthusiasts the flexibility to drive performance and benchmarking scores to the limit," said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. "Gamers and reviewers have been waiting for memory vendors to achieve the 'holy grail' of 800MHz 3-3-3-- and they wait no more."

 

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