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Gingle Announces Tri-channel DDR3 Memory for Intel X58 Platform

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  1. btarunr

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    Gingle, a relatively new entry to the DRAM market, has announced its first set of tri-channel DDR3 memory kits for the upcoming Intel X58 platform. There are two kits available with sizes of 3x 1GB and 3x 2GB. The memory can operate at 1600 MHz, with DRAM timings of 8-8-8-24, at 1.65V or 1800 MHz with the same timings at 1.8V. The modules by Gingle carry simplistic heat-spreaders. The company offers life-time warranty.

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    Press-release follows:

    Gingle, the professional manufacturer of DRAM and Flash products, today announces the triple-channel DDR3 1800/ 1600 6GB/ 3GB memory modules kit specifically for the new Intel-based X58 motherboards.

    Designed to fulfill the speed and performance requirements in meeting consumer demand for all-new X58 platform, Gingle DDR3 1800 memory module features high performance (1800MHz on X58), lower latency (8-8-8-24), and lower power consumption ( Work @ 1.65V~1.8V ). With its exceptional features, the Gingle DDR3 Tri-channel memory module has turned out to be the best choice to bring out the full potential of the X58 platform.

    Intel's new generation X58 architecture, it will be the first to support new Intel's Core i7 CPU. With 6 DIMM memory slots support up to 24GB of total system memory and triple channel DDR3 support for 1066MHz, 1333MHz and 1600MHz. Since Nvidia had already announced to support SLI in X58 platform, it will surely be a blessing and fancy for the gaming guy in this virtual world. Gingle memory, having an outstanding performing of a speed of 2100MHz in X48 platform will surely be a boost and choice in X58 platform.

    Product Features
    • Frequency: 1800MHz / 1600MHz
    • Timing: 8-8-8-24
    • Density: 6GB kit ( 2GB*3 )/ 3GB kit ( 1GB*3 )
    • Voltage: 1.65v (1600MHz), 1.8v (1800MHz)
    • 8-bit pre-fetch design
    • 204-pin 8-layer PCB design
    • FBGA package and ASR design
    • High compatibility and reliability
    Source: TweakTown
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2008
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    I cant wait to see real Price/Performance figures.
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    Whats a gingle :laugh:
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    I have no idea but it rhymes with Dingle :)

    I wonder who make the chips and PCB's?????

    And is the 'G' hard or soft??????????

    mmmmmmm Jingle with a G mmmmmmmmmmm
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    I had mine stolen by mexicans in the 'parts trade :(

    sounds good though, let's see some price/perf :)
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    How did I know that almost none of these comments would be about the RAM itself? (aside from being omniscient). :rolleyes:

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