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Silicon Power Releases DDR3-1333/1066 Dual Channel Pack

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  1. btarunr

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    Silicon Power’s DDR3-1333/1066 dual channel memory module packs not only support the new Intel / AMD platforms but also benefits from Intel’s Core i7 Quick Path Interconnect (QPI) technology boosting bandwidths up to 6.4GB/s. It is best suited for gaming, HD multimedia, intense graphic and video editing / processing work.

    Silicon Power’s DDR3-1333 /1066 memory modules are in compliance with JEDEC DDR3 standards. Using the new Fly-by circuit design for efficient communications between DRAM modules and the controller; its On-DIE Termination (ODT) technology dramatically reduces unwanted reflection signals and maximizes speed. Silicon Power insists on using original memory modules and FBGA packaging for better heat dissipation and accurate data transfer. Tested 100% proof for dual channel operation, Silicon Power’s dual channel DDR3 memory pack is stable, durable and highly compatible.

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    Silicon Power’s DDR3-1333/1066 dual channel memory pack is available in 4GB (2GB x 2) and 2GB (1GB x 2) variants for users to choose from. It is in compliance with RoHS standards, comes with a complete after-sales service and lifetime warranty.

    Product Features:
    • New generation memory module, effectively reduces power consumption by 20% ~ 30%
    • Original 128M x8 FBGA modules for better heat dissapation
    • Uses Fly-by circuitry design for efficient communications between DRAM modules and the controller
    • On-DIE Termination (ODT) technology dramatically reduces unwanted reflection signals and maximizes speed
    • Uses original memory modules, FBGA packaging and ruggedly tested under dual channel operation
    • Stable, durable and highly compatible

    Product Specifications
    • Memory type: DDR3 Memory
    • Memory pin: 240Pin Long-DIMM
    • Operating frequency: DDR3-1333MHz / DDR3-1066MHz
    • Mode of operation: Unbuffer Non-ECC Memory
    • Capacity: 4GB(2GB*2) / 2GB(1GB*2)
    • Module: 128Mx8 (bit) (single module)
    • Operating voltage: 1.5 V
    • CAS latency:9 (1333MHz) / 7 (1066MHz)
    • Warranty: Lifetime
     
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    Wait just a minute now... they make dual channel memory kits now? Amazing. Excuse me while I drop everything and run out to go purchase this monster memory kit, with its ultra low latency and ultra high frequency... wait... :laugh:
     
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    Yeah this is hillarious... WOW they have On-die termination for DDR3!!.....
    oh wait, that's part of the entire DDR3 standard.
    I love how marketing spins it like they invented all those new technologies with these modules,
    when every DDR3 module has it
     
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    "Silicon Power insists on using original memory modules " what does this mean?
     
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    They don't use Zamsung chips. What makes this press release stick out? Is this a first for the company or something new actually being offered?
     
  8. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    no thats JEDEC
     
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    No, thats bad
     
  10. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    they are making cheap modules for compatibility JEDEC specs cas9 1333mhz and cas7 1066mhz thats how it is
     
  11. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    but you are missing the freaking point this kit is set to JEDEC standard good bad or ugly the standard set by the big old group known as JEDEC is 1333 cas9 1.5v


    and who cares if stock is 1333 cas9 my crucials are that and i run them 1800 CL7@1.9v 24/7 my wintec's are 1333 cas9 and they run 1800 CL8@1.9v as well
     
  12. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    no they are not JEDEC standard timings if you plug it into a mobo they will run 1333 cas9 out of the box
     

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