Super Talent's Project X DDR3 has XMP

Suitable for X38.

| Sep 18, 2007 at 5:44 pm CDT
Following an announcement from Corsair late last week in relation to earning themselves an XMP license from Intel for select memory modules, Super Talent have just followed suit and let us know that their Project X series of DDR3 modules are also certified for Intel's Extreme Memory Profiles standard.

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San Jose, California - September 17, 2007 -- Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of memory and flash storage solutions, today announced that the company's new Project X DDR3 memory supports Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP).

Developed by Intel Corporation in partnership with leading system board and memory module makers, the new XMP specification utilizes a reserved sector of the Serial Presence Detect (SPD) on memory modules to store factory configured profiles of memory timing settings. These profiles make it much easier to overclock memory and squeeze incremental performance from the PC. XMP was designed to optimize memory performance with motherboards based on Intel P35 and X38 chipsets.

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