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Exeleram Rippler ERB300A 4 GB PC3-12800 1.65 V DDR3

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I have to admit.. mighty impressed with the aesthetics of this RAM and especially the packaging - something which isn't usually a priority.. performance with OC easily competes with the other 2+GHz modules..

    Hope Exeleram brings an updated model but retaining the same good looks..
    Its 'sharp' looks are worthy of a photo-shoot (see here what i mean :cool:) and also in the "Sexy Hardware Close-Up Pic Clubhouse" thread

    Thanks for the review Dave..
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Exceleram does have more recent "Rippler" products, and does seem to keep up with the bigger memory houses on product releases, it's just that they have limited global distribution, so they are not seen often. Hopefully I'll see more products of theirs come across my desk real soon! ;)
     
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    Would love to see these in 8GB and 16GB Kits. What kind of ICs are these using? I looked but didn't see them listed. I could have easily missed them though.
     
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    By physical characteristics and clocking, I think they are PSC-based.

    Exceleram does have 8 and 16 GB kits in the Rippler line-up, but they feature blue heatsinks instead of red.
     
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    1600mhz @ 6-8-6-24?! :twitch:
     

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