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Friday, 15 January 2010 12:59

Mushkin shows its new Blackline kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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DDR3 to up to 2000MHz

Mushkin has announced three new kits that will be a part of its Blackline series. The new kits are designed to work on Intel's LGA 1156 and 1366 platforms and feature a working clock of up to 2000MHz.

The top offer is the dual-channel 4GB kit working at 2000MHz with 9-11-9-27 latencies while the next one is also a dual-channel kit based on two 4GB modules for a total of 8GB. This one works at 1600MHz with a rather tight 7-9-8-24 latencies. The new offer ends with a triple-channel 12GB (4GB x 3) kit working at the same 1600MHz with the same 7-9-8-24 latencies.

All three kits need 1.65V to achieve those clocks and latencies and feature Mushkin's Frostbyte heatspreaders painted in black. They're backed by a lifetime warranty and should be available pretty soon.
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