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Mushkin to release 2GB XP-9200 5-5-4 kit

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    DENVER, CO (March 7, 2007) - Mushkin, a global leader in high-performance computer products, today released the XP2-9200 5-5-4 modules available in 2GB dual-channel kits and 1GB single DIMMs. Designed for the most demanding enthusiasts, the XP2-9200 is specified for operation at 1150MHz, 5-5-4-12 latencies. Each kit is tested beyond its rated specification to ensure the overclocking headroom and quality that Mushkin customers expect.
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    The XP2-9200, like all other Mushkin HP2 and XP2 memory products, features Enhanced Performance Profiles which simplify the overclocking process for both beginners and experts. With a total of three Enhanced Performance Profiles embedded within the Serial Presence Detect (SPD) information, users will experience ultimate flexibility and performance at various clock speeds.

    These kits also include Mushkin’s innovative FrostByte™ heatspreader, which utilizes more surface area with highly conductive thermal transfer materials to achieve lower temperature operation, improved overclocking performance, and longer life.

    “The recently-released high performance chipsets and motherboards have allowed us to develop this exciting memory product for overclocking enthusiasts,” said Brian Flood, Director of Mushkin Product Development. “Our specialized, rigorous testing ensures that we attain the quality and performance to exceed our customers’ expectations. The XP2-9200 is an ideal waypoint on our path to providing the highest performing memory modules on the market.” Widespread availability is expected in mid-March. The XP2-9200 will be available through the mushkin.com manufacturer
    direct web store and through authorized resellers and distributors.

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    Is a bit late but we just got the release today :)

    enjoy!
    DS
     
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    HaHA, thanks DS
     
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    At least you got the pic right this time, Darksaber ;)
     
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    I try not to make the same mistake twice ;) I did not know you can copy it out of the PDF until I tried *lol*

    cheers
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    What voltage are these rated at?
     
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    1150MT/s Data Rate
    9.2GB/s Bandwidth
    ~1.739ns Memory Clock (tCK)
    5-5-4-12 Latencies (CL, tRCD, tRP, tRAS)
    2.30V Operating Voltage
    EPP set for 1143MT/s, 5-5-4-12 2T, 2.30V
    (Optimal Performance Setting)
     
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    why's it look like notebook memory?
     
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    Stretched image? ;)
     

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