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Icon17 Mushkin Adds New 800MHz DDR2 Module to HP Lineup

Denver, CO, October 5, 2006- Mushkin Enhanced, a leading manufacturer of high-
performance computer components, is proud to announce the addition of the 512MB and 1GB HP2-6400 to it's product lineup. With the XP2-6400 and the EM2-6400 amongst the most popular DDR2 modules available today, the HP2-6400 offers users a middle ground in terms of both price and performance. "We are very excited to offer these modules to our end-users as there is an important part of the market between the extreme PC enthusiast and the average
computer user," said Lee Groninger, Mushkin Sales and Marketing Director, "This addition helps solidify what continues to be one of the most clearly defined and expansive PC memory lines available today." The HP2-6400 is available in both 1GB and 2GB dual packs and is rated 4-5-4-11 at 2.1-2.2V.

991532- 512MB HP2-6400 4-5-4-11
996532- 1GB HP2-6400 DDR2 Dual Kit (2x512MB)

991533- 1GB HP2-6400 4-5-4-11
996533- 2GB HP2-6400 DDR2 Dual Kit (2x1GB)

With DDR2-800 still in the early stages of its existence, users often have to pay a premium for the newer technology. Mushkin feels HP2-6400 is the solution to this problem. "The HP2-6400 is ideal for gamers and enthusiasts who desire added low-latency performance at an affordable price," said Brian Flood, Mushkin Research and Development Director.

In addition to performance DDR and DDR2, Mushkin recently added a number of new Perfect Match products to fit any system specific need. See www.mushkin.com for more details.

About mushkin, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Mushkin is best known for producing the fastest memory modules on the market. From the base of the Rocky Mountains located in Denver, Colorado, Mushkin provides the highest performing computer products to users worldwide. Exceptional quality, enhanced performance, and unparalleled customer support are what make Mushkin products the best in the industry. Mushkin offers high-performance power supplies and a complete selection of memory upgrades for desktops, servers and notebooks. The memory products target various applications from business users to gamers and are available in several performance categories from Standard to eXtreme, with the REDLINE series in a class of its own. With customers from Apple to NASA, Mushkin knows what is important to customers - reliable performance at a reasonable price. With Mushkin you Get More. Communications Department, Mushkin, Inc., 333 West Colfax Avenue Suite 400, Denver, Colorado, USA, 80204 Telephone: 800-569-1868; Fax: 303-534-0827. Visit Mushkin Enhanced at http://www.mushkin.com
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