Monday, May 10th 2010

Patriot Memory Planning Launch of DDR3-2500 MHz Kits and SandForce-powered SSDs

Patriot Memory is planning two highlights for its Computex 2010 booth among a number of new products the company will release around that time. Jumping into the DDR3-2500 MHz bandwagon, Patriot will introduce Viper II Series Sector 5 Edition 2500MHz memory kits that come in dual-channel 4 GB and triple-channel 6 GB variants. The modules will be able to operate at 2500 MHz with relatively tight timings of 9-11-9-27T, and voltage ranging between 1.65 to 1.7V. On the solid-state drive (SSD) front, Patriot will introduce new SSDs that make use of the popular SandForce-made SSD controllers. Patriot's booth will be up at Computex between June 1 and June 5, 2010.
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3 Comments on Patriot Memory Planning Launch of DDR3-2500 MHz Kits and SandForce-powered SSDs

#1
Rakesh95
Corsair just released the GTX 4, good competition. I like this one better though, just my opinion. But 2500mhz is quite savage
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Delta6326
isn't when the timings are 9-11-9 aren't they really10-10-9? but im not to sure when it comes to ddr3 never had any
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#3
cauby
just 34 more Mhz and they can claim "world's fastest memory".
just hope they don't cost anything like $325 for 2GB kits.
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