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Tuesday, 31 July 2007 13:01

Patriot announces new DDR3 1600MHz

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Affordable high performance at CL9


Patriot Memory has unveiled a new addition to its Extreme Performance series of memory modules, PC3-12800 dual channel kit.

The kit comes clocked at 1600MHz, with 9-9-9-24 latencies at 1.8V. The kit will be available as 1GB single module or 2GB dual channel kit. They are backed up with lifetime warranty, and as PR states should be an affordable DDR3 solution. They are cooled by Patriot's trademark fancy looking heatsinks.

“We are excited to introduce our new Extreme Performance 1600MHz modules, which will provide gamers with the fastest and most affordable solution at this speed,” said Paul Jones, CEO of Patriot Memory.

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