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Friday, 15 June 2007 18:41

Patriot has DDR3 modules

Written by Slobodan Simic
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PC3-8500U CL7 announced

 
Patriot has announced its next generation DDR3 1066MHz modules. New modules works at 1.5V and 7-7-7-21 latencies, and are designed to take full advantage of Intel's new P35 technology.

"Patriot is committed to pushing the envelope when it comes to offering the fastest and highest quality memory solutions on the market," stated Paul Jones, Patriot CEO. "The introduction of our DDR3 technology is testament to our leadership and to becoming the memory of choice for the gaming and enthusiast community."

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New modules are currently available as 1GB single module or 2GB kit (2x1GB), and they come with a lifetime warranty. 


 

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