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Thursday, 18 October 2012 13:10

Patriot announces ultra-low power SODIMM memory

Written by Slobodan Simic

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4 and 8GB modules at 1.35V


Patriot has announced a new line of ultra-low power SODIMM memory modules for notebooks.

Working at just 1.35 Volts, the new ULP modules are optimized to provide extremely efficient performance at extremely low temperatures, according to Patriot Memory. These new SODIMM modules are built from a locked high quality build of materials and hand tested, thence they are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

As noted, the new ULP SODIMM memory modules will be available in 4 and 8GB capacity modules working at either 1333 or 1600MHz. Unfortunately, Patriot did not announce any latency info regarding these modules, but after a quick dig, it appears that the 1600MHz modules will be running at CL11 while the 1333MHz will be set at CL9.

The entire lineup should be available by late October, but the price has not been announced.

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