Patriot to show off 1302MHz memory at CES 2007

Posted on Thursday, Jan 04 2007 @ 00:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Next week memory maker Patriot will present 1302MHz DDR2 memory modules at CES 2007 in Las Vegas.
Following Corsair's PC2-8888 Dominator (1111 MHz), OCZ's liquid cooled PC2-9200 FlexXLC (1150 MHz) and Kingston's PC2-9600 HyperX (1200 MHz), the company said it would show PC2-10100 devices with a clock speed of 1302 MHz at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show. Patriot claims that the memory will "take full advantage of the new Nvidia Nforce 680i [platform] and the new Intel quad-core processors.
Patriot will also present its Xporter XT version 2 flash drives. The company will launch these USB sticks with capacities from 1GB to 16GB. The most special feature will be the very high data transfer speeds of up to 39MB/s.

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