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Monday, 02 November 2009 13:31

Kingmax shows Hercules DDR3 memory series

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Big and beefy heatsinks

Kingmax
has showed its newest line of DDR3 memory kits, dubbed Hercules. The entire line-up should be available pretty soon, and the first one that will be available is the 4GB dual channel kit working at 2200MHz with CL10 latencies.

The entire line-up will use beefy and quite big heatsinks, while the first addition to the series also packs Intel's XMP support, ASIC chip to prevent counterfeiting and use of TinyBGA DRAMs. According to various post around the net, Kingmax is working on a 1600MHz and 2000MHz kits as well.

The price wasn't revealed yet, but considering the specifications, don't expect these to be cheap.

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