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PQI Prepares New 4GB DDR2 Memory Kit for CeBIT 2008

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  1. malware New Member

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    Memory solution provider, Power Quotient International or PQI for short today renewed its Turbo overclocking modules by introducing a reworked 240-pin DDR2-1066 4GB dual channel kit. The new kit includes two 2GB memories each made of selected 70nm modules in 128MBx8 double-sided configuration soldered on a 8-layer PCB. PQI's DDR2-1066 4GB kit is slated to work at 1066MHz (CL5-5-5-15) using only 1.92V. In addition, the modules have diamond cut heat-spreaders with a phoenix graphic design to keep your modules nice and cool. The 4GB dual channel kits will be available at the 2008 CeBIT in Hannover, Germany.

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    hmm.... sounds like a nice recipe for some overclocking goodness.
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    those are some beautiful heatspreaders!
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    Wow, they certainly do look nice, good speed/timings for 2gb sticks too, though it looks a pain in the arse to remove the heatspreaders, like newer ocz's (though realistically you wouldnt need to anyway)
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    agreed, they look nice
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    nice, i just got a 4gb (2x2gb) GEIL EvoOne kit, running at 1200mhz, but cant lower timings much at all..

    when modules similar to these show up i think ill sell up and move on.

    I needed 4gb, but certainly want much more overclocking potential as the evo's struggle and need high voltage
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    That is some RAM with CLASS.
  8. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    very nice are we going to see a review of these?
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    Oooh expensive?
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    +1 on on that beautiful heat spreaders.
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    they do look the part, they remind me of the geil dragon series for some reason..

    I don't know much about PQI memory, its not that big down here. Whats it like??? Is it cheapo stuff or what....
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    Nice, I will be looking for something just like that in the near future...... I wonder what price....
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    Finally!

    I've been looking for RAM that doesn't exceed 2volts but by the time I'm ready to buy my Nehalem/Bloomfield based set up, DDR3 should be a lot cheaper, faster and on lesser voltage.

    These are nice sticks, really nice.

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