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Wednesday, 17 February 2010 11:49

Mushkin announces new 4GB DDR3-2000 Blackline kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Tightest latencies so far

Mushkin has announced yet another Blackline dual-channel DDR3 kit for Intel's Core i5/i7 based systems, the 4GB Blackline DDR3-2000.

The kit features two 2GB modules with recognizable Mushkin Blackline Frotsbyte heatspreaders. It works at 2000MHz with quite tight 7-10-8-27 latencies at 1.65V.

This new kit is the fastest DDR3 kit that came out from Mushkin, and although it shares the 2000MHz speed with bunch of other Redline and Blackline kits, so far it has the tightest latency.

The new Blackline kit, model number 996829, should be available pretty soon at a price tag of around US $180.

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