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Wednesday, 20 February 2008 23:22

Patriot to show a lot at CeBIT

Written by Slobodan Simic

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DDR3 at 2000MHz and DDR2 Viper series

 


Patriot Memory
has a lot to show at this year's Cebit, among a wide array of flash memory products, including SSD drives, Patriot is also going to introduce some new memory kits.

According to the press release, DDR3 is going to be pushed to 2000MHz and they will introduce the all new 4GB 1066MHz Viper Series kit which are designed for gaming systems. Since Crytek's Crysis has hit the Vista systems hard, 4GB sounds like the perfect amount of memory for any gaming system.

Besides these memory kits, Patriot is going to showcase several flash memory products ranging from USB flash drives to Secure Digital cards, SDHC cards, miniSDHC's, microSDHC's and Patriot's latest flash memory line of Solid-State Drives (SSD).

We will know more during CeBIT, and the Fudzilla team will definitely be there to check it out.


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