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Muskin Enhanced Rolls Out New Redline DDR3 1600 MHz Memory Kits

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  1. btarunr

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    Mushkin Enhanced released two new DDR3 memory kits based on its enthusiast-grade Redline memory modules, the triple-channel 998805, and dual-channel 996805. Both use the same Redline module with runs at PC3-12800 specs (DDR3 1600 MHz), with timings of 6-8-6-24, and module voltage of 1.65V. These Redline modules feature Muskin's Frostbyte Red heatspreaders. The Redline triple-channel 998805 is priced at 190 EUR, and dual-channel 996805 at 130 EUR. The kits come backed with a lifetime company warranty.

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    Nice

    I have the dual channel kit waiting on power supply from the egg... This stuff looks like it will fly and Mushkin support is second to none! Will post back when i get em going and start overclocking on the Asus P7P55D Deluxe!
     
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    Wow! That is really nice!
     
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    hahha saw these yesterday like why didn't i hear about them lol
     
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    geez we have officially beaten the DDR2 and DDR in speed and latency, I mean damn its so close now to DDR latencies it is not funny. DDR2 never reached these speeds and latencies.
     
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    Looks good and the speeds and timings are nice. I saw some Mushkin SSDs yesterday on Mwave I think and man, the price to speed ratio is pretty good and the things are blazing.

    Edit: Yes that SSD part has nothing to do with this memory, but I had to say it.
     
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    Neither did DDR. DDR2 exceeded DDR, and now DDR3 is exceeding DDR2. It's the natural order of things.
     

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