Sunday, February 19th 2012

KINGMAX Launches 8 GB DDR3 Modules, Makes Affordable Quad-Channel Happen

KINGMAX, a world renowned leading brand of DRAM and flash memory, adds another new product to its Nano Gaming Ram series: 8GB overclocking memory modules in one stick. This is the largest capacity in one stick and the only DDR3 memory modules which doesn’t need heatsink for cooling. 8GB DDR3 memory modules with speed faster than 1600MHz also support Intel XMP – Extreme Memory Profiles. Further, 8GB DDR3 memory modules are compatible with Intel X79 platform, enabling quad channel memory setting and allowing memory upgrade up to 32GB. KINGMAX also announces standard desktop 8GB DDR3 modules.

For professionals and enthusiasts who need to work on high quality images or need mass computing, it is most awkward when applications require more memory than real memory can afford. The KINGMAX 8GB DDR3 memory modules with surpassing capacity are designed to solve abovementioned difficulties and to help computer system work much more smoothly and faster. Gamers and overclockers, who like to pursuit ultimate speed, are able to operate quad channel memory setting on the latest Intel X79 platform to boost the system equipped with Intel 2nd Generation Core i7 Extreme performance to the next high level.

KINGMAX memory modules products are rigidly screened and tested before leaving the factory. All memory products are made by lead-free process, compliant to EU RoHS and conformed to CE. As KINGMAX is devoted to the highest quality for years, its memory modules has been credited for 100% compatibility and stability as well as outstanding overclocking performance from consumers. All memory products provide life warranty to guarantee consumers the most satisfaction.

Product Introduction
Nano Gaming Ram Series : DDR3 1600MHz 8GB Overclocking Memory Modules
  • Replaces tradition heavy heatshink by Nano Thermal Technology
  • 240-pin DDR3 1600MHz
  • Bandwidth: 1600MHz (12.8GB/sec)
  • CAS Latency:1600MHz:CL=9
  • Capacity: Single Channel:8GB / Dual Channel:16GB / Triple Channel:24GB / Quad Channel:32GB
  • Voltage:1.5V
DDR3 1333 MHz 8GB Desktop Memory Modules
  • 240-pin DDR3 1333MHz
  • Bandwidth: 1300MHz(10.6GB/sec)
  • CAS Latency:1300MHz:9-9-9-27 CL=9
  • Capacity: Single Channel:8GB / Dual Channel:16GB / Triple Channel:24GB / Quad Channel:32GB
  • Voltage:1.5V
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12 Comments on KINGMAX Launches 8 GB DDR3 Modules, Makes Affordable Quad-Channel Happen

#1
Mussels
Moderprator
the only DDR3 that doesnt need heatsinks? theres lots that doesnt...
it is most awkward when applications require more memory than real memory can afford.
oh god, if i had an engrish fetish i'd orgasm right now.
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#2
zomg
KINGMAX Launches 8GB DDR3 Memory Modules in One Stick ; Boosting Quad Channel Memory System

this is original news title
there is no word on pricing and they didn't say that it will be affordable
so, looks like tpu news title is a little bit misleading
or i am missing something?
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#3
TRWOV
by: Mussels

oh god, if i had an engrish fetish i'd orgasm right now.
:roll::laugh::respect:
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#4
bobmilkman
The KINGMAX 8GB DDR3 memory modules with surpassing capacity are designed to solve abovementioned difficulties and to help computer system work much more smoothly and faster. Gamers and overclockers, who like to pursuit ultimate speed, are able to operate quad channel memory setting on the latest Intel X79 platform to boost the system equipped with Intel 2nd Generation Core i7 Extreme performance to the next high level.
I thought the point of press releases is that they are well written...
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#5
Super XP
by: zomg
KINGMAX Launches 8GB DDR3 Memory Modules in One Stick ; Boosting Quad Channel Memory System

this is original news title
there is no word on pricing and they didn't say that it will be affordable
so, looks like tpu news title is a little bit misleading
or i am missing something?
You are right, the title is misleading unless a single 8GB ram does Quad Channel.
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#6
NC37
Kingmax is still around? Wow. I bought some of their memory back in the day. At the time it was one of the few with a special red PCB. Was good stuff then. Just finally gave it away last week to a friend who needed some old RAM for a system.
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#7
micropage7

they use blue chip or its just shiny?
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#9
Inceptor
I think those are supposed to be fancy mini-heat spreaders, hence the no need for large heat sinks or spreaders on a stick of gaming/performance RAM? Maybe?
Maybe some fancy 'nano surface' with high surface area for heat dissipation?
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#10
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Price?
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#11
1c3d0g
Don't knock on Kingmax, they have solid, very reliable RAM in my experience. Just because they don't come with the latest bling, doesn't mean they can't compete.
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#12
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
by: Mussels
oh god, if i had an engrish fetish i'd orgasm right now.
yes dont u luv bad inglish! :p

Shouldn't be in a press release, that's for sure. :rolleyes:
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