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Mushkin releases new Gold Series kit - 996593X2

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  1. Dark Ride Mushkin Rep

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    Mushkin Enhanced, one of the leading manufacturer for High Performance Computer Parts announces the availability of a new son for the “Gold-Series” – the 1000MHz 4GB dual-channel DDR2 kit “996593X2”.
    “Our customer and friends were fascinated about our 800MHz Gold-Kit.” Is Steffen Eisenstein, CEO of Mushkin Logistic GmbH pleased. “So we had to come up with something even better, the 1000MHz kit is the logical consequence.”
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    More performance and more overclocking, the new eye-catcher from the Mushkin eXtreme-Performance Series is predestined for this. With low 2.1V and 4GB and 1000MHz on a black 8-layer PCB, the new 996593X2 kit is for all enthusiasts the best choice. The special design is coined by the golden Mushkin logo and a low price. It will attract modding-freaks as well as smart spenders. Mushkin shows with this kit, that fancy design and high performance don´t have to be expensive.



    Technical specs:
    P/N 996593X2
    Series XP2
    RAM-type DDR2 unbuffered
    Capacity 4096MB
    Kit 2x 2GB
    Latency 5-5-5-15
    Frequency 1000MHz
    Voltage 2.1V
    Heatspreader no
    Availability out now

    Source: Mushkin Europe
     
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    They look a lot like GeILs Black Dragons. Even with their logo on the chips.
     
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    myn thoughts exactly, Mushkin is running out heatspreader i deas, lol
     
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    I wonder what they can be pushed to with some heatspreaders
     
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    Those look sharp
     
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    Amazing... G.Skill had 1000MHZ modules 3 or so years ago.

    Only DDR 1200 is impressive at this point. They look nice but who cares? They could have pink fuzzy heatspreaders with pictures of the power puff girls on em and at DDR 1200 i'd love to let em live in my case. :cool:
     
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    better off w/out heatspreaders on. at least then u can put some decent cooling on without voiding the warranty
     

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