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Old 17th October 2007, 10:02   #1
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Default Kingston Shows Off High-Performance Memory

Many PC enthusiasts are already familiar with Kingston, primarially as a source of name-brand "value" memory that doesn't suck. Their ValueRAM is only one of their product lines, and Kingston is bringing new RAM and Flash products to the table to compete with the likes of OCZ, Corsair, and Crucial. Kingston was showing off their new wares at the World Cyber Games in Seattle, and I had a chance to chat with them about their new products.


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