Posted on Wednesday, July 09 2003 @ 5:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Kingston seems to have released two new types of HyperX DDR Memory! Kingston his new DDR466 (PC3700) and DDR500 (PC4000) are avaible in four flavors : A stick of 256MB, one of 512MB, a kit of two 256MB modules for Dual Channel and a Dual Channel version which contains two 512MB RAM modules. Both modules run at 3-4-4-8-1 (CAS Latency 3). So possible very aggresive timings are currently not possible at this speeds.
||KHX3700K2/512 (2 -
||KHX3700K2/1G (2 -
||KHX4000K2/512 (2 -
||KHX4000K2/1G (2 -
These prices come from the Kingston
website. Like you can see this memory is not really cheap. But probally it could be very promising for overclockers, which now need to use a memory ratio of for example 3/2. With this memory it could probally run at 1:1.
Thanks to Warp2Search
for this piece of news.