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Saturday, 09 June 2007 07:44

Apacer shows off DDR3 12800

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Computex 07: 1600MHz and high latency


Apacer a less well know part of the Acer group specialises in memory products and was one of the first manufacturers to show of a DDR3 12800 or 1,600MHz module on the show.

It has rather high latencies of 9-9-9, so it's unlikely that it'll perform that much better of 1,333MHz modules with lower latencies.

It's heatpipe cooled, although this doesn't make a lot of sense for DDR3 memory, but it looks quite cool.

There was no word on availability of these modules.

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