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|25th May 2007, 06:12||#1|
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Kingston Launches Low-Latency DDR3
our surprise when Kingston asked us if we would like to review their first low-latency DDR3. Where the competition was 9-9-9 at DDR3-1333 and 7-7-7- at DDR3 1066, Kingston specified their new DDR3 memory at 7-7-7 at 1333 and 6-6-6 at 1066. These were definitely some memory sticks we wanted to review.
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
|25th May 2007, 15:23||#2|
Ah, they changed their benchmarks from 1520MHz @ 9-9-8-22 to 1500MHz @ 7-7-7-15. Truly impressive performance figures for a new memory standard that is not even out yet. At that price it is already outperforming the best DDR2 RAM out there at a lower price.
|25th May 2007, 15:54||#3|
I think it is more interesting that people reach 2200 MHz =P
The lower power consumption is just a bonus but crucial for server applications.
I hope when I get a 4GB Quadcore setup, DDR3 will be as affordable as DDR2.
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