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MachXtreme Technology Unveils Urban Series High-Density Dual-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits

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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 Dual-Channel DDR3 high-density memory kits based on the latest DRAM chips.

    Urban high-density DDR3 modules offer desktop users groundbreaking computing experience at an attractive price point. Featuring enhanced capacity of 4GB per module, these new high-density 8GB kits provide customers with cutting-edge memory solution that significantly increases memory space. 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 8GB kits are an excellent choice for your next upgrade.

    Urban Series High-Density Dual-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits at A Glance:
    • 1333MHz Dual-Channel DDR3
    • Voltage 1.5V
    • Density 8GB (4GB x2) and 4GB (4GB x1)
    • Patented High-quality Japanese Lightweight Aluminum Heat-sink
    • Certification: ROHS, WEEE, CE, FCC
    • Models: MXD3U13338GK @ 1333MHz (CL 9) and MXD3U13334GS @ 1333MHz (CL9)
    • Warranty: Lifetime
     
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    I seriously doubt that gangstas are able to/know how to build computers.
     
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    That is an "urban" styling. Nothing to do with gangsters.
     
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    Even so how often are you in a position to see the side of RAM? Top view maybe here and there, but the side?
     
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    If I were to build a computer and my interests included both urban art and rnb music these would be bought at first glance. I'm sure there will be plenty of people the design will appeal to, it is much more appealing than the boring kingston 1333mhz designs imo.
     
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    not sure I'd buy memory because of the heat spreader design
    - low profile, yes - if it don't fit what's the point
    - low energy, probably not if I'm overclocking the cpu
    - low latency, perhaps
    - high density, perhaps
    - low cost, definitely
    - funky heat spreader graphix, errrrrrr
     
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    Totally "X-treme" -the heat spreaders give this memory street cred. I don't know if I'd be comfortable having RAM that is cooler/more awesome/badass than myself though. Oh wait... I can put on my black hoodie from 15 years ago with the identical graffiti/tagger's font and be cool as well.

    They could wrap some memory in barbed wire(as a heatspreader!) and sell that -wouldn't that be more extreme/"X-treme"? If it performs well and is cheap to boot, I'd consider it. Are they going to charge a premium for this tagged memory?
     

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