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Mushkin Announces New Stealth and Redline 2800 MHz DDR3 Memory Kits

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  1. Sin

    Sin News Editor

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    Mushkin Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer in high-performance computer innovations and solutions, unveils new additions to its already-powerful Stealth and Redline memory series. The latest models for the Stealth and Redline series will offer speeds of 2800Mhz. Both releases will come in DDR3 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB memory kits with 12-14-14-35 latency at 1.65V.

    The Stealth memory line is a sleek matte black designed with value and performance in mind without compromising quality. Redline is distinctive for its iconic red ridgeback heatsink that leaves room for greater overclocking potential. Computer enthusiasts will be capable of efficiently overclocking their memory to even greater speeds for the ultimate high-performance machine.

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    "We're joining a revolutionary wave of performance-enhancing computer parts that offer the benefits of overclocking without the hassle. The new Stealth and Redline memory specs are the ideal choice whether it be for gaming or professionals these new kits pack a punch. ," said Nicolas Villalobos, Director of Global Marketing at Mushkin Inc. "We want to deliver unrestricted computer performance."

    Mushkin's newest additions are scheduled to be available beginning this week in the U.S. at select resellers and distributors and Worldwide distribution scheduled for end of July 2013.

    For more information please visit the Mushkin website.
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  2. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Must send Mushkin an email for samples!!!!!!


    (or if Mushkin rep reads this, dave_at_techpowerup.com would be the email to send review requests to. ;))
  3. Amgal New Member

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    Please do. Huge mushkin fan here.
  4. Roph

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    1.65v though? This isn't 2010 :shadedshu
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    That's due to the IC's available to build 2800 MHz sticks, not Mushkin.
  6. NdMk2o1o

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    Ya, you're right, how far can your 1.5v 1600mhz C9 sticks clock on 1.5v? :rolleyes: I personally find 2800mhz on original ddr3 specs of 1.65v to be pretty damn good
  7. LAN_deRf_HA

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    Really wish mushkin would move on to black pcbs..
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    I love Mushkin stuff - nice to see them stay competitive.
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    I use and recommend Muskin RAM but DDR3 RAM frequencies above 1600 MHz. are just for those who want to tinker with their PC. Test after test after test shows that DDR3 RAM on desktop PCs with CPUs do not show any significant system performance advantage with higher frequency RAM. Desktop APU systems will show some gains up to about 2133 MHz. Anything beyond these frequencies is throwing money away other than for entertainment purposes as DDR3 at the mentioned frequencies is not a system bottleneck, which is why the faster RAM shows no tangible benefit for typical desktop use.

    BTW, all of this higher frequency RAM is just binned/overclocked/over-volted RAM. Theree is no DDR3 RAM specs for higher than 1333 MHz.
  10. Prima.Vera

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    My Patriot Viper3 sticks are 2133Mhz at 1.5v by fabric. I don't think you can go faster with only 1.5v
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    You don't see the PCB when the modules are installed.
  12. Prima.Vera

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    Well some users have transparent cases and they enjoy even putting some lights on it...

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