Friday, March 26th 2010

Walton Chaintech Rolls Out Industry's Optimum High-Speed Computing Platform

Walton Chaintech, one of the world's most well-known memory and storage device manufacturers, announces the availability of its latest memory clock that can reach a memory speed of 2400MHz. To address consumers' diversifying high-speed computing platform needs, this new clock is the industry's fastest computing clock with a transmission bandwidth of 19,200MB/sec per transmission. No more will users be restricted by memory bandwidth when faced with system overclocking, they will be able to maximize their computing systems' performance and potential.

The all-new APOGEE GT DDR3-2400 memory utilizes a 1.6V voltage and 9-11-10-27 timing operation process. Not only is this more powerful than many products currently in the market, different users' requests can be met as Walton Chaintech provides two-in-one KIT packs that are compatible with the widely-used dual-channel motherboards. Users do not have to worry about modular selection; system compatibility is enhanced because the KIT provides two types of capacities, 1GB x2 and 2GB x2, giving users more flexibility.

Other than memory performance, heat dissipation efficiency is also strengthened. The unique heat pipe and heat dissipation fins maintain memory operation stability even if the device is working at full-speed or at higher voltage.

APOGEE GT DDR3-2400 Memory is definitely the number 1 choice for extreme gamers. Gamers can rest assured of the product's quality because all Walton Chaintech products undergo strict quality testing and memory module selection. If used together with a DDR3- 2400 MHz motherboard, the performance of your processor will be greatly enhanced and you will reach a brand new level of computing experience.
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18 Comments on Walton Chaintech Rolls Out Industry's Optimum High-Speed Computing Platform

#1
buggalugs
wow thats the tallest heatsink ever.
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#2
shevanel
wow chaintech needs to get back into making mobos too, but seriously, apogee gt? isnt that an overused name? (waterblocks)
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Velvet Wafer
by: shevanel
wow chaintech needs to get back into making mobos too, but seriously, apogee gt? isnt that an overused name? (waterblocks)
dont they have a copyright on that name? (waterblocks)? even if not, i find it not too impressive to name memory like existant hardware. this probably will lead to confusion in storage rooms and living rooms:laugh:
i love their slogan: "Memory for Life"... i would surely buy them, if that wouldnt mean, "end of life" ;)
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#4
Fishymachine
so these guys released a memory kit that has more than enough bandwith for a 980X,but the latencies are simply :banghead:
If these puppies can support 1600 CAS6,than I guess it's ok
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#5
Phxprovost
Xtreme Refugee
lol heat pipes for ram? :rolleyes:
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#6
jmcslob
I have not had a ChainTech anything Since I had a 486
nice to see them making some killer memory
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#7
theorw
I bet they wont fit in your mobo unless u have W/C...
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#8
gumpty
I would have been impressed if they did 2x4GB kits.

Seriously, what's the hold-up with moving to 4GB ram modules?
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#9
Lionheart
I agree with gumty, whats taking so long!
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#10
Phxprovost
Xtreme Refugee
by: gumpty
seriously, what's the hold-up with moving to 4GB ram modules?
:confused: whens the last time you looked at the prices for 4gb dims?
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#11
gumpty
by: Phxprovost
:confused: whens the last time you looked at the prices for 4gb dims?
Erm ... depends what we're talking about. Never, probably, because I have yet to see consumer ram at an etailer that uses 4GB modules. I've seen a couple of news items on here about them, but there doesn't seem to be a drive by companies to produce or market them.
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#12
kaosII
by: buggalugs
wow thats the tallest heatsink ever.
I ordered some Arctic Rc RAM heatsinks, and they sent me their new RC Pros instead.
Take a look at these ridiculous things. I cannot fit an air cooler and to use water I have my tubing (Snake-pit) all over. When installed my ram sits over 3 1/2 inches off my motherboard.
That is with out the fan!!!
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#13
Fourstaff
What's with the drive to make bigger and bigger heatsinks? Does ram heat up that much?
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#14
Velvet Wafer
by: Fourstaff
What's with the drive to make bigger and bigger heatsinks? Does ram heat up that much?
if ddr 1, or ddr 2 with high volts:
yes.
but ddr3 is very cool,most times. more than a simple,unfinned heatspreader is not needed much today, a strapped on fan will probably have similar effects;)
most of this spreader madness is just because it looks awesome, and sells;)
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#15
Fourstaff
by: Velvet Wafer
just because it looks awesome
This causes a lot of problems for the CPU heatsink and they should know that CPU heatsinks are much more important than tall epeen extending devices :shadedshu
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#16
kaosII
by: Fourstaff
What's with the drive to make bigger and bigger heatsinks? Does ram heat up that much?
No. I actually wanted one really nice build, all single sleaved wires and what not.
MDPC kinda build, four inch RAM heatsinks are definately not nessesary.
But neither is wire sleaving, colored tubing, painted interiors, or much of what we do to our pc's.
I never ended up using the RC RAM sinks, as they made tube routing near impossible.
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#17
Velvet Wafer
by: Fourstaff
This causes a lot of problems for the CPU heatsink and they should know that CPU heatsinks are much more important than tall epeen extending devices :shadedshu
i bet, they hope for people using the stock cooler along with that:laugh:
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#18
jmcslob
Oddly i recently had the choice of memory with or without the HS I chose the ones with the HS cause I'm so conditioned to believe that memory without them is garbage....

even though at 1.6v they would not be needed
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