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Friday, 11 November 2011 15:39

Exceleram announces new 32GB quad-channel kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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For the upcoming Sandy Bridge-E platform


Exceleram has announced its latest memory kit that will be a part of the Grand DDR3-series, the Exceleram 32GB 1333MHz quad-channel kit.

Consisting of four 8GB modules set to work at 1333MHz with CL 9-9-9-24 latencies at 1.5V, the new 32GB quad-channel kit features Exceleram's standard low profile red heatspreaders, so there will be no problem with those large heatsinks. The kit is, of course, intended and tested for Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge E platform.

The same modules will also be available as a single or dual-channel kit with same specs as the quad one and the price is set at around US $312 for the 32GB model, US $156 for the 16GB one and US $75,60 for the single 8GB module.

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