There appears to be a new competitor ready to get a foothold in the, increasingly competitive, memory marketplace.
Gingle, is throwing its hat into the ring with a 4 GB DDR3 kit offering, claiming 1800 MHz speeds on an Intel P45 platform and, 2000 MHz speeds on an NVIDIA 790i solution.
The modules are endowed with, what the company believes are, lower latency timings of 8-8-8-24 and feature striking black heatspreaders, with gold accents and trim.
Circa 1.84V on an Intel P45 platform and 1.94V on an NVIDIA 790i platform are the power requirements stated, with Gingle hedging its bets on this one by comparing the attractiveness of its product, on a like-for-like basis.
With an 8 layer PCB forming the foundations, will Gingle gets its competitors quivering in their boots?