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Mushkin shows four new memory kits

by on24 August 2009


For the AM3 platform

Mushkin, a well known enthusiast memory maker, has announced four new dual-channel DDR3 kits which are specially tuned for AMD's AM3 platform.

All four kits are working at 1600MHz and will be available as a 4GB (2x2048MB) kits. The key difference lies in latency, voltage and heatspreader color.

The first two will feature a black heatspreader and will be a part of Mushkin's XP series. The first one, model 996657AM3, features 7-7-7-20 latency at 1.85-1.95V. The second one, model 996601AM3 will have a slightly tighter 7-7-6-18 latency at the same voltage.

The other two are a part of Mushkin's HP series and according to that feature a blue heatspreader. The first one, model 996659AM3 has 9-9-9-27 latency at 1.65-1.70V. The second one also has tighter 8-8-8-24 latency but at a bit higher 1.80-1.90V, and can be found as a model 996629AM3.

In addition to a bunch of other kits, all of these newly announced kits are currently shown at Mushkin's web site and can be found here.

Mushkin XP Series
Mushkin HP Series

Last modified on 25 August 2009
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