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Thursday, 04 October 2007 22:35

Transcend 2GB DDR2-1066 available

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aXeRam for overclockers

 


Transcend
has released a new high end DDR2 kit today. Running at 1,066MHz, the DDR2 modules use premium chips which are supposed to offer unrivaled performance. According to the press release the aXeRam has been designed with gamers and power users in mind, so overclocking it should be a breeze.

The dual-channel configuration of the matched pair of 1GB modules will provide memory bandwidth up to 17GB/s, which is about 30% faster than DDR2-800. Something to note is that the modules are made on a 6-layer PCB (the same as most motherboards), and they come with a lifetime warranty.

Like all things extreme these days, this DDR2 memory will keep your system rock solid stable, that is if you believe what they say. We at Fudzilla will believe it when we see the reviews or get some memory into our own lab. For more, click here.

Last modified on Friday, 05 October 2007 07:11
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