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Kingston Skulltrail memory with heatpipe

Posted on Wednesday, June 04 2008 @ 09:20:33 CEST by


Kingston presents new FB-DIMM memory modules for the Intel Skulltrail platform at Computex, these new units feature a heatpipe
The HyperX FB-DIMMs are officially labeled as the KHX6400F2LLK2/2G and are the first officially overclockable memory sticks for the dual quad-core Skulltrail system. At Kingston’s booth at this year’s Computex tradeshow, a company rep showed off a Skulltrail machine with four sticks of the memory installed. Kingston does recommend having a small internal fan blew air directly onto the HyperX sticks.

The timings and voltages look great, but there is one downside to these modules – each stick is only 1 GB which means you’ll have to populate all four slots to get 4 GB.




 



 

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