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Mushkin Announces New PCGH DDR2 Special-Edition

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  1. btarunr

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    Mushkin announces the availability of a new DDR2 Special-Edition: the 4GB Kit called “996580PCGH” is the continuation of the successful co-operation with the PC Games Hardware print magazine.

    “The teamwork with the PCGH is fantastic!” says Steffen Eisenstein, CEO of Mushkin Logistic GmbH very glad. “So it makes perfect sense for us to do another Special-Edition. The new kit is perfect for performance demanding beginners who wants fast timings and rock-bottom prices.”

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    To meet the high expectations of Mushkin and PC Games Hardware – the print magazine for gamers par excellence in Germany – there were long and intensive testings. The conclusion is a fully developed and hand-tested memory with noble white “Advanced FrostByte” heatspreaders for a working in safe temperature region. With the 6-layer PCB the memory need low voltings for a long-life working. “With Mushkin you get more” means here the additional “PC Mark Vantage” CD in the package for less. Therefore the user can start immediately for benchmark-result-hunting to see the performance and quality of his new Mushkin memory-kit.

    Technical Specifications:
    • Product Name: 996580PCGH Series XP2
    • RAM-type: DDR2 unbuffered
    • Capacity: 4096MB Kit, 2x 2GB
    • Latency: 4-4-4-11
    • Frequency: 800MHz
    • Voltage: 2.0 - 2.1V
    • Heatspreader: Advanced FrostByte
    Source: Mushkin Europe
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    I can only imagine the extra media coverage PCGH is givin' to Mushkin coz of this special ed. memory kit.
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    Dammit i already own Pc Mark.
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    only 800mhz :D
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    It could be worse. My 10th anniversary Crucial in my books is one of the finest kits of ram and it's only spec'ed @ 667MHz.
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    Cute kit.
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    Id grab it for the white heat spreaders plus it comes with a free copy of Vantage :D
  8. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    so is that 2x2GB kit of crucial reds funny they seem to be happy @1250
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    nice latency , but can overclock it to 1066 how much voltage can take more
  10. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yes 2v on my 2.2v kit

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