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Friday, 03 August 2007 12:10

Super Talent pushed DDR3 to 1866MHz

Written by Slobodan Simic

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2GB 1,866MHz DDR3 Kit


Super Talent has revealed, as the PR states, the world's fastest 2GB kit that is tested to operate at 1,866MHz with low latencies.

The new W1866UX2G8 kit, works at 1,866MHz with 8-8-8-24 latencies. The new 2GB kit is hand tested on a Asus P5K3 Deluxe motherboards at mentioned specifications at 1.9V.

Super Talent's Marketing Director, Joe James commented, “We’re applying vast engineering resources to drive DDR3 performance to higher levels. This low latency 1866 Kit is the result of exhaustive testing and sorting of components, and this product stands without rival as the fastest DDR3 memory in the world.”

The new kit is cooled by Super Talent's black aluminum heatsinks and comes backed with lifetime warranty. Suggested retail price for the new kit is $625. DDR3 memory is still expensive, but if you want top performance this might be the kit you are looking for.

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In addition to that, Super Talent is also working on a couple of new cooling projects that we might see on their modules soon. Here are some pictures for your viewing pleasure.

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Last modified on Friday, 03 August 2007 13:00
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