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Wednesday, 09 September 2009 15:23

Mushkin announces Lynnfield memory kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Five 4GB kits

Mushkin has announced its own line of dual-channel memory kits designed for Intel's P55 chipset. Mushkin has decided to launch a total of five 4GB kits ranging from 1600 to 2000MHz.

The top of the line is the 4GB DDR3 PC3-16000 working at 2000MHz and with 8-9-8-24 latencies. It looks like that Mushkin has focused its attention to mainstream kits this time as it has launched a total of three 1600MHz kits with 7-8-7-20, 8-8-8-24 and 7-7-7-18 latencies. The fifth one is placed between these and will work at 1866MHz with 8-9-8-24 latencies.

All of the kits will of course need 1.65V in order to achieve rated clocks and latencies. The new memory kits aren't listed in Europe yet, but we are quite sure that they should start appearing in retail and e-tail pretty soon.

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