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Mach Xtreme Technology Unveils X79 Optimized Urban Series Quad-Channel DDR3 Memory

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled Urban Series Quad-Channel DDR3 memory kits giving demanding enthusiasts exactly what they need. The kits are optimized for Intel X79 express chipset based motherboards.

    Urban quad-channel DDR3 modules offer desktop users groundbreaking computing experience at an attractive price point. Featuring enhanced capacity of 4GB per module, these new high-density 16GB kits provide customers with cutting-edge memory solution that significantly increases memory space driving breakthrough gaming and digital media content creation performance of X79 based systems. Each kit is designed to work as a kit and users working with the latest operating system can keep multiple applications open or run smoothly memory intensive graphic programs. The uniquely designed lightweight heatsink is made of specially imported top grade Japanese aluminum.

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    Each module is 100% hand-tested for quality assurance and is backed by lifetime warranty. Coupled with an attractive price, the Urban 16GB kits are an excellent choice for your X79 upgrade.

    Urban Series High-Density Quad-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits at A Glance:
    • 1333MHz Quad-Channel DDR3
    • Voltage 1.5V
    • Density 16GB (4GB x4)
    • Patented High-quality Japanese Lightweight Aluminum Heat-sink
    • Certification: ROHS, WEEE, CE, FCC
    • Models: MXD3U133316GQ @ 1333MHz (CL 9)
    • Warranty: Lifetime
     
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    This answers my question in the SBE thread. lol
     
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    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    1333MHz. Good kits of ram, no doubt /sarcasm

    At least they offered it without silly heatspreaders
     
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    It's... ummm... original
     
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    Wow.....when some don't get it.....they really don't get it.
     
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    old technology /.... who is gonna buy it
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Hmmm. I wonder about OC potential.
     
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    lets see we get 1333mhz and cl9 who would buy this...? Maybe if CL6
     
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    Crucial D9JNLs and D9JNMs were 1333 cl9 and could OC like beasts so I see your point :p But those cases were rare
     

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