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Super Talent Introduces 2GB PC8000 EPP Low Latency DDR2 Kit

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    Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of memory modules and flash products, today announced one of the world's fastest 2GB DDR2 kits. The new T1000UX2G4 is tested in a motherboard and guaranteed to operate at DDR2-1000 at astonishing 4-5-4-15 latencies at 2.2 volts. The T1000UX2G4 kit supports Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP). Two performance profiles are programmed into the SPD of the modules to facilitate overclocking with motherboards that support EPP.

    This PC8000 kit is the first memory kit to sport Super Talent's new blue cast aluminum High Efficiency (HE) heat spreader. The new HE heat spreader has ridges that increase its surface area for optimal cooling, and an embossed Super Talent logo. The HE heatspreader will soon be a standard feature on Super Talent's entire overclocking product line, phasing into production in August.

    According to David Crume, Super Talent Marketing Manager, "This new kit looks sleek in our new HE heatspreader, supports EPP for quick and easy overclocking, and delivers formidable performance at 1GHz CL4." Mr. Crume continued, "This is our highest performance DDR2 kit yet. It is ideal for extreme performance computing."

    This kit is available now from Super Talent resellers worldwide at an MSRP of $429.

    Source: Super Talent, iXBT
     
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    Super Talent Tec ..i have not heard of this before are they a US company ?
     
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    They've been around for a while, but just aren't very well known of. Yep, a US company.
     
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    Their logo looks like the front of a wal mart store.
     
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    LOL, didn't think of it like that :D
     
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    interesting name. especially for a us company.

    and yes, wall mart.
     
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    Yeah, I definitely thought wal-mart when I first saw it.
     
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    That is the ugliest RAM I have ever seen... I almost want to remove the heat spreader. lol

    (Definitely Wally-World style logo)
     
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    Guess it isn't just for show...

    Super Talent was pretty darn good at virtual-hideout I believe.
     
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