Monday, January 23rd 2012

Kingmax Announces Value DDR3-2200 MHz 4 GB Memory Modules

Upon entering 2012, world renowned memory manufacturer KINGMAX has already announced the launching of its latest quad channel DDR3 2200MHz overclocking memory module series. Not only does this series support the Intel X79 series but it also processes 4 times faster than the conventional single channel products. It is certainly the best candidate for overclocking performance and a smooth internet experience.

The new series of DDR3 quad channel overclocking module from KINGMAX is designed for optimizing the maximum performance on X79 related motherboard. The main clock rate of this series is set as 1333 MHz, but it is also available in 1600MHz, 2000MHz and 2200MHz. Intel X79 is an upgrade from the previous X58 series, thus building on the X79 platform means KINGMAX’s DDR3 quad channel overclocking module offers even better performance and system stability. Moreover, this series of modules unleashes the top performance of Intel Core i7-3930K processor and takes gamers, overclocking enthusiasts and digital content producers to a never –before level of experience.

KINGMAX DDR3 module utilizes only the IC chips of highest quality to ensure each module is 100% compatible to other hardware and is Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) ready so it is able to auto execute overclocking. KINGMAX‘s exclusive TinyBGATM technology is applied to produce chips that are small, cools down fast, low power consumption, less electrical interference and various advantages. Thus making overclocking accessible even for entry-level overclocking enthusiast.

KINGMAX DDR3 2200MHz quad channel overclocking Memory Series is manufactured under a lead-free production process. All products adhere to the RoHS standard, and are certified by CE and Intel XMP. All KINGMAX products come with warranty to provide 100% satisfaction guarantee to customers.

KINGMAX DDR3 quad channel overclocking memory module series: 1333MHz / 1600MHz / 2000MHz / 2200MHz

Features:
  • Compatible to all DDR3 quad channel computer platforms
  • Intel X79 chips support
  • Manufactured under lead-free production process
  • TinyBGA Technology yields various advantages: chips are small, cools down fast, low power consumption, large capacity, less electrical interference
  • 100% compatibility and stability
  • RoHs and CE certified
Specifications:
  • 240-pin DDR3 1333MHz / 1600MHz / 2000MHz / 2200MHz
  • CAS-Latency:
  • o 1333MHz:CL=9
    o 1600MHz:CL=9
    o 2000MHz:CL=9
    o 2200MHz:CL=10
  • Capacity: quad channel– 4GB/8GB/16GB
  • Voltage: 1.5~1.6V
  • Lifetime warranty
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8 Comments on Kingmax Announces Value DDR3-2200 MHz 4 GB Memory Modules

#1
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
On a side-note, that's the picture of Intel's LGA2011 air cooler for Core i7 LGA2011 processors sold in select markets (retail packages include it). It's likely that Core i7-3820 retail package will include that in all markets.
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#2
n-ster
I saw Value and DDR3 2200, then my mind was blown

If the prices are reasonable, I'll have to sell my Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600 cl9 and get me some of theses (depending on the prices I'd hesitate between 2000 and 2200)

Oh and thanks for that side-note
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#3
Cheeseball
DDR3-2200MHz and Value? Holy shit. Looks like I'm in for an upgrade.
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#4
Ferrum Master
Hey mates. Anyone else with an "old" X58? Does old i7 gen benefit much from 2ghz much? I am running 1600Mhz now...
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#5
AthlonX2
HyperVtX™
if you can do it in triple channel yes
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#6
n-ster
There is a benefit, but it is pretty small, especially considering $/perf. 1600 CL8/9 T1 is where I saw diminishing returns
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#7
Delta6326
:eek::eek: WOW Value 2200 MHz and only CAS 10 I was thinking it would be higher! I hope this starts a new trend of faster ram!
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#8
Wrigleyvillain
PTFO or GTFO
Ok...I'm hoping they don't throw the "value" term around too loosely? No MSRP or anything...
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