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Super Talent Unveils Project X DDR3 Kits

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    Super Talent Technology today announced immediate availability of the world’s most advanced DDR3 memory kits, dubbed Project X. Project X represents the most advanced DDR3 memory available. It is developed in Super Talent’s Silicon Valley Engineering Labs to deliver the highest attainable DDR3 memory performance. Project X memory combines blistering fast clock speeds with aggressively tuned latencies.

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    Project X employs an extreme cooling solution that offers double the surface area and 106% more aluminum mass than standard heat spreaders. With Super Talent’s special thermal adhesive, this cooling solution provides superior heat dissipation that results in a cooler, faster memory device.

    These two Project X Kits are built with the fastest available, carefully screened DRAM chips, and are hand tested as a matched pair on a dual channel Asus P5K3 Deluxe motherboard.

    Model # Description
    W1800UX2GP DDR3-1800 PC3-14400 2GB Kit (2x 1GB) 7-7-7-21 2.0V
    W1600UX2GP DDR3-1600 PC3-12800 2GB Kit (2x 1GB) 7-6-6-18 1.8V

    Super Talent has emerged as a leader in extreme performance DDR3 because the company committed considerable engineering resources to DDR3 well ahead of the competition. According to Joe James, Super Talent Marketing Director, “Project X now stands without peer as the world’s premier DDR3 solution. These kits support obscene clock speeds, carefully tuned latencies, and incorporate an advanced thermal dissipater that makes them as sexy as they are fast.”

    Project X memory is designed, built and tested in Super Talent’s San Jose, California headquarters, and is backed with a lifetime warranty. These products begin shipping today at street prices of approximately $599 and $559.

    Source: Super Talent
     
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    Of course, it is still expensive, but the new thermals and higher clock speeds are making this memory look so tantalizing.
     
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    It seems like DDR3 prices are going higher and higher rather than lower and lower like we all would want them to lol maybe at this rate when they finally come out with DDR4 or MRAM (its a long shot but maybe a possibility nonetheless) the starting prices will be $999 for 1 gb and $1299 for 2 GB lol:shadedshu:shadedshu


    jk though about ddr4 prices but in all seriousness the prices of DDR3 do seem to be going up rather than down i cant figure that one out:banghead::banghead::banghead:
     
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    I think your just looking at from the first 1066 mhz modules to these. These are going to be more expensive, of course. Also there isn't that much demand for ddr3. To get ddr3 rolling OEMs need to start putting in ddr3....but ddr2's just to cheap.
     
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    How in all tarnation can DDR2 be cheaper when DDR3 is cheaper to produce i shun the oems for not moving to DDR3 yet:shadedshu:shadedshu:shadedshu
     
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    Meh, what are you going to do...at any rate, good rated ddr2 800 will beat out ddr3 1066 at normal ddr3 latencies. Something like that.
     

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