Kingston Technology Releases First 12GB Triple-Channel Memory Kit

Subject: Memory | May 27, 2009 - 12:48 PM |
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Fountain Valley, CA - May 27, 2009 - Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is first to market with DDR3 1600MHz 12GB triple-channel memory kits. The HyperX kit of three 4GB modules allows enthusiasts to get the most out of their Intel Core i7 and X58 platforms.

"Kingston was first to release 2GHz kits and has continued to lead the memory charge with more DDR3 offerings since Intel created the triple-channel architecture," said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston.

Some thing old, something blue

Subject: Memory | May 25, 2009 - 02:31 PM |
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At over $200 the Crucial Ballistix Tracer Blue DDR3-1600 DDR3 kit isn't the cheapest on the market, but speeds above 1066MHz are still a small enough niche to demand a high price.  The voltage is right on Intel's spec of 1.65V and the timings are fairly impressive for the overall frequency at 8-8-8-24.  The biggest change from previous Tracer DIMMs is the colour, these guys have blue LEDs for those who like that

Corsair Dominator GT DDR3 Memory Hits 2533MHz, Sets World Record for DDR3 Memory Frequency

Subject: Memory | May 21, 2009 - 11:14 AM |
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Corsair Labs achieved an astounding speed of DDR3-2533MHz with the aggressive memory timings of 7-8-7-20 using a triple-channel 6GB memory kit. This new world record, verified and validated by CPU-Z, the industry-standard tool for verifying overclocking results, is the first time this frequency has been achieved on a Core i7 system with 6GB of memory using three modules; most world record attempts use only a single 1GB module.

You'll have nothing to be ashamed of

Subject: Memory | May 6, 2009 - 02:22 PM |
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DDR3 memory prices have been sliding down for a while now, to the point where 6GB kits can be had for less that $100.  A perfect example is A-Data's 6GB Triple Channel PC3-12800which could be matched with an AM3 processor and board for an incredibly cheap gaming machine.  The timings of 8-8-8-24 are not the tightest on the market; the CAS7 kits come at a high premium, but there is not

Source: Guru of 3D

Corsair Wins a Best Selling Product Award from RetailVision for its 4GB XMS Memory Kit

Subject: Memory | May 6, 2009 - 12:08 PM |
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Fremont, California, May 6th, 2009 -- Corsair, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer and flash memory products, today announced it was honored with one of RetailVision's coveted Best Selling Product Awards in the e-tail PC RAM Best-Seller category.

RetailVision Spring 2009, produced by Everything Channel, took place April 27-30 at the Boca Raton Resort in Boca Raton, FL. The award program was supported by research from The NPD Group, the leading global provider of consumer and retail market research information.

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Tour Overview

Before Gigabyte’s Open Overclocking Championship 2009 North America Regional Final this weekend, Kingston invited several members of the media to tour their global headquarters and manufacturing facility located in Fountain Valley, Calif. Check out our quick overview of Kington's main production facility for their newest DDR3 memory modules.

OCcam'Z Razor

Subject: Memory | April 24, 2009 - 01:46 PM |
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The original 2000MHz DDR3 Blade series from OCZ comes at a very reasonable price, though it's latencies are higher than it's new brother.  If you want 7-8-7-20 timings, you are going to have to spend three times as much.  Those low timings are impressive for DDR3, let alo

The X58 catches up with DDR3

Subject: Memory | April 15, 2009 - 05:19 PM |
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When Think Computers tried testing Kingston's HyperX DDR3-2000 3GB Triple Channel kit they ran into a small problem, the sample Core i7 chip, as well as the three motherboards they tried could simply not run the memory at full speed.  This time around, the board and chip had no problems supporting DDR3-2000 @ 9-9-9-27. 

Reach the top by aiming lower

Subject: Memory | April 2, 2009 - 02:46 PM |
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Mushkin's new Ascent XP3-14400 CL8 2 GB kit hits 1800MHz at latencies of 8-8-7-20 though the voltage seems a little high for the Core i7 at 1.85-1.95V.  That didn't scare techPowerUp! in the least as they tested out how performance scaled with some voltage tweaks, along with total speed and timings.  If you are willing to take the limit to your maximum available memory, 7-7-7 @ 1800MHz is easily reachable, though they do warn that this memory did not work in all the boards they tested.

Source: techPowerUp!