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Kingston HyperX DDR3 Modules Now Available in up to 2GHz PC3-16000 Speed

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    Kingston raised the barrier today, with the release of its 2GHz HyperX DDR3 memory modules, the fastest-performing DDR3 available to date. Shipping immediately in 2GB memory kits, the new HyperX PC3-16000 memory offers gaming enthusiasts top-of-the-line Enhanced Performance Profile (EPP) ready memory with CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.9v timings. "Two Gigahertz is now the sweet spot for many benchmarking enthusiasts and Kingston's new 2GHz HyperX DDR3 memory is fully tested at specified frequency and timing values so it's ideal for anyone seeking to boost performance,” said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. With the addition of the 2GHz kit, Kingston now offers a full slate of DDR3 memory products available in a variety of speeds and capacities. The New Kingston PC3-16000 kit (KHX16000D3K2/2GN) is available now for US $227.00. All HyperX modules are backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 tech support. For more detailed information please visit Kingston.

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    bloody hell, 2GHz... i remember being excited at my 1.1GHz ram.
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    1.9 volts, better than 2 and over I guess. However, I want my DDR3 to have the 1.5 volts not DDR2 volts.
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    what is the standard voltage/max safe voltage for DDR3 anyway?
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    thats the standard, but the standard for ddr2 was 1.8v, and pretty much any high performance memory surpassed that

    max voltage should be 1.975
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    Remember Kingston gives a lifetime warranty for these modules at 1.9V..

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