Wednesday, November 24th 2010

Exceleram Announces Rippler Series Memory Kits

Exceleram – the Highend Memory based in Landau, Germany, announces the availability of the first four Rippler Memory Kits. The name Rippler stands for a new Heatsink designed especially for the overclocking community. The German Exceleram Team completed the development and the Rippler Series is ready to ship now. First shipments are leaving the German warehouse this week. The Rippler Series will be expanded during the next weeks.

“We already have customer requests for other Rippler Kits and we will consider them of course.” said Martim Reis Silva – Sales Director Exceleram. As a goody, there are also 2 highend kits with black 8layer PCB available. In the beginning the memory will be delivered in a noble aluminiumbox instead of plastic blister.

Rippler Kits Overview:
  • ERB300A 4GB (2x2GB) PC3-12800 6-8-6-24 1.65V 8 Layer Black PCB
  • ERB301A 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 6-8-6-24 1.65V 8 Layer Black PCB
  • ER3000A 4GB (2x2GB) PC3-12800 7-9-9-24 1.65V
  • ER3001A 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 7-9-9-24 1.65V
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10 Comments on Exceleram Announces Rippler Series Memory Kits

#2
D4S4
these really look nice, bet that will be a major selling point
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#3
Zubasa
by: btarunr
Exceleran Announces Rippler Series Memory Kits
Exceleran??? :p
I guess this company really excels at running. :laugh:
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#4
N3M3515
"Exceleran???
I guess this company really excels at running. "

Exceleram :)
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#5
kupo kupo
by: N3M3515
"Exceleran???
I guess this company really excels at running. "

Exceleram :)
I guess this company really excels at ramming.
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#6
bear jesus
by: kupo kupo
I guess this company really excels at ramming.
:roll:
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#7
gumpty
Shame there are no 2 x 4GB kits.

Missed opportunity.
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#8
bear jesus
by: gumpty
Shame there are no 2 x 4GB kits.

Missed opportunity.
I agree, right now/in the future I'm only interested in buying a pair of 4gb modules to go with either an i7 2600K/i5 2500K or something from the bulldozer based range.
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
they ever make it over stateside?
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#10
Sabishii Hito
Am I the only person that misses timings where tRCD was the same or only one clock slower than the CAS latency? Like DDR3-1600 6-7-6 or 6-6-6, or DDR3-2000 8-8-8/7-8-7/7-7-7. PSC chips may have the raw clock speed but the tRCD limitation hinders their bandwidth IMO.
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