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Thursday, 24 May 2007 09:13

Kingston DDR3 at 1500

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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According to a tcmagazine, Kingston is preparing to unveil DDR3 1500 memory and shadow all the 1066 and 1333 announcements at Computex.

There are few details about this new memory, just information that Kingston wants to attack the DDR3 market with its HyperX products and take a slice out of the profitable DDR3 pie.

DDR3 is still hard to find, extremely expensive and don't expect this to change anytime soon.

You can read the original story here.


 

 

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