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Monday, 16 March 2009 14:32

Mushkin announces its new Redline memory kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The 6GB 1600MHz Redline and Redline Ascent

Mushkin has announced two new Core i7 loving triple-channel memory kits that will be a part of its Redline series. The new Redline and Redline Ascent 6GB (3x2GB) kits will both work at 1600MHz but will feature either the FrostByte heatsink or the new Ascent technology heatsink.

As noted, both of these new 6GB kits work at 1600MHz with 6-7-6-18 latencies at 1.65 Volts. The only actual difference is in the cooling technology, as the first one comes with Mushkin's well known FrostByte heatsinks while the second one uses new Ascent heatsink based on Vapor Chamber technology.

According to Mushkin, these modules should already be out, but we haven't been able to find them listed, so we guess that we will have to wait a bit for the price.

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