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Kingston debuts CL5 1375MHz DDR3 memory

Posted on Friday, July 13 2007 @ 09:05:51 CEST by


Kingston has released some new DDR3 memory capable of achieving a frequency of 1375MHz with CL5 timings.
“Lower CAS latencies deliver better performance without driving thermal conditions that would require extra cooling in a system,” said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. “As a high-volume production company, Kingston’s goal is to launch true production memory that can run at full speed in normal dual channel, dual module configurations.”
This memory will sell for approx. $799 if you want a 2GB kit or $399 for a single 1GB module.



 



 

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