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Thursday, 19 July 2007 13:46

Patriot announces low latency DDR3 at 1333MHz

Written by Slobodan Simic
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PC3-10666 at CL7

 

Patriot Memory has announced a new low latency DDR3 1333MHz 2GB kit.

New modules comes with latency timings of 7-7-7-20, and are rated to operate at 1.7V. New modules will be available as a 2GB (2x1GB) kit. Modules are cooled with Patriots fancy looking heatsinks.

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"Patriot is committed to pushing the envelope when it comes to offering the fastest and highest quality memory solutions in the market," stated Paul Jones, Patriot CEO. "Our DDR3-1333MHz modules are testament to our leadership and to becoming the memory of choice for the gaming and enthusiast community."

They are also backed up with Patriot lifetime warranty.

 

 

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