Kingmax 1066MHz DDR2 memory released

Posted on Thursday, Mar 08 2007 @ 03:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Kingmax has launched its new DDR2 Mars 1066MHz memory modules.
A brief glance at trends in product development shows that Northbridge chipsets, including Intel 945/955 and 965/975 and NVIDIA nForce 680i/650i, can all directly support 1066MHz; and Intel has also launched a stream of CPUs, including dual-core X6800, E6700 and E6600 and quad-core QX6700 and QX6600, enabling 1066MHz FSB support. In fact, the latest CPUs, codenamed E6850, E6750 and E6650, already have FSB supporting 1333MHz. In the foreseeable future, DDR2 memory modules will be starting off at the frequency of 1066MHz. For overclockers pursuing extreme performance, this is undoubtedly an exciting piece of news.

Given the outlook, Kingmax is ready with DDR2-1066 512MB/1GB Mars series memory modules to leverage these computing advances. Utilizing Nanya chips, which are inherently high quality and comparable with Micron D9 chips, and backed with eight years of experience in BGA packaging, each of Kingmax DDR2-1066 512MB/1GB Mars series memory modules is shipped at close to 10% overclocking headroom, meeting overclockers' extreme speed demands.
Features:
- 240-pin DDR2 1066MHz
- CAS Latency: 5-5-5-15
- Memory bandwidth: 8.5GB/sec (dual-channel 17GB/sec)
- Voltage: 1.8V, saving approximately 50% power, consumption: excellent heat dispersion
- Capacity: 512MB/1GB
- Worldwide free lifetime warranty


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