The massive yearly Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is firing up again this coming monday, and a few manufacturers attending have already let a few secrets out as to what they plan to wow the masses with on display.
Patriot have made mention that they will introduce the world's fastest memory modules, specified to run at a whopping 1302MHz (PC2-10100). Not only this, but they've also said that they'll be showing off the world's quickest USB Flash drive as well.
Fremont, Calif., USA, December 27, 2006 - Patriot Memory, a global provider of memory module and flash memory solutions, today announced that it will display the world's fastest memory module and USB flash drive at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.
Patriot takes DDR2 technology to new heights
Patriot's new Extreme Performance PC2-10100 series delivers speeds up to a record breaking 1302MHz, designed to take full advantage of the new NVIDIA nForce 680i platforms and the new Intel Quad Core processors. Engineered with the overclocker and PC enthusiast in mind, these modules raise the bar with unprecedented speed, making it the perfect choice for those building their ultimate PC machine.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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