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Mach Xtreme Launches Low-Latency, High-Density 8 GB ArmorX DDR3 Memory Kits

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  1. btarunr

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    Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled ARMORX Series DDR3 Dual-Channel 2000MHz high density memory 8GB (4GB x2) kits.

    MX-Technology develops and manufactures a wide range of high quality memory modules, whether seeking maximum frames rates on the latest games, achieving the highest benchmarks through overclocking or demand ultimate, consistent stability.

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    ARMORX is the ultimate performance memory solution within the MX Technology desktop Dual-Channel DDR3 memory product line. Featuring enhanced capacity of 4GB per module, these new high-density 8GB kits provide customers with cutting-edge low latency memory solution at high frequencies of 2000MHz (and 1600MHz) and signicantly increase system memory space. Coupled with the ultra-e-cient HDT passive cooler, the ARMORX kits are a must-have memory for every serious PC enthusiast.

    The HDT family passive memory cooler is designed to effectively cool DDR3 modules working at high clock speeds and raised voltage environments. All kits are strictly hand-selected with focus on stable performance.

    All this combined with lifetime warranty and consumer friendly pricing nominates MXTechnology ARMORX Series high density models as the #1 choice.

    ARMORX Series DDR3 Dual-Channel High-Density Memory at A Glance:
    • 2000MHz and 1600MHz Dual-Channel DDR3
    • Voltage 1.65V
    • Supports XMP
    • Patented HDT Heat-pipe
    • Certification: ROHS, WEEE, CE, FCC
    • Models: MXD3AX20008GK @ 2000MHz (CL 9-9-9-24 2N) and MXD3AX16008GK @ 1600MHz (CL 8-8-8-24 2N)
    • Warranty: Lifetime
     
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    Wow support XMP, they looks vintage compared to my OCZ reaper X...

    Veery interesting product, hope to find them in swiztlerand too
     
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    never heard before about the brand,but the idea is definetly good.And the lifetime warranty,ooh...
     
  5. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    they only came into business in jan. would love some of their stuff to review though
     
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    Very nice! I've been looking for a good set of high performance 4gb rams.
     
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    Well, the design could very well still be patented, just not by Mach Xtreme. ;)

    And kudos to them for becoming a worldwide leader in just 6 months... :rolleyes:
    No one is really special if everyone is a worldwide leader though btarunr, I'm all for pleasing the companies, but this is spreading it a bit thick :laugh:
     
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    Mach Xtreme? Never heard of them. Sounds too similar to Team Xtreem who gave me two sticks of DDR3 and both were defective.

    The heatspreaders look nice though, too bad they didn't make them.

    EDIT: One thing I just noticed, the latencies at 1600MHz is pretty poop. My OCZ Intel Extreme Edition does 1600MHz at 7-7-7-16 and I know OCZ Platinum 1866 can do 7-7-7-24 at 1866MHz.
     
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    I will be getting my hands on some of these very soon for reviewing, I will let you all know how they perform
    EDIT: Also they use the micron D9KPT chips just as the crucial ballistix use so they will perform on par im sure
     
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    Sweet a new company, cant wait to see a review OC101.
     
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    I'm pretty sure he just copy/pastes these press releases. It's not his wording.

    These are 4GB per stick, not 2GB like yours. Higher capacity sticks do not clock as well as lower capacity sticks.

    That said, price is likely going to be the deciding factor.
     

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