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Transcend Launches Triple Channel DDR3-1333 Memory Kits

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  1. btarunr

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    Transcend Information Inc., one of the world’s leading memory module manufacturers, is proud to release its DDR3-1333 triple channel memory kits for use with Intel Core i7 processors and Intel X58 Express Chipset motherboards. Core i7, Intel’s latest high-performance processor, features an integrated memory controller that introduces three channels of DDR3 memory that provide lower latency and higher memory bandwidth for amazing performance for data-intensive applications. Transcend’s triple channel kits are designed specifically for the new platform, and offer an optimized combination of low voltage (1.5V), generous speed, and enhanced latency (9-9-9-24) to deliver ideal performance and compatibility with next-generation PCs.

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    Available in two different capacities of 3GB (1GBx3) and 6GB (2GBx3), Transcend’s DDR3-1333 triple channel memory kits’ three identically matched DDR3 modules are carefully matched for use in triple-channel configuration, which together provide memory bandwidth of up to 32GB/sec. To ensure extra-stability and signal integrity, all DDR3 modules use robust PCBs that fully comply with JEDEC standards. Each chip is selected with the strictest quality and performance standards and is manufactured using small Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA) packages with extra contacts to assure better thermal dissipation, electrical efficiency and reliable computing quality.

    Transcend memory modules are built to the highest specifications with the finest chips and materials available, and undergo rigorous testing to ensure they provide the best performance possible. All Transcend memory modules come with a lifetime warranty and the support of a global service network. Recognized worldwide for their reliable high quality, outstanding performance, excellent compatibility, and stable operation, Transcend memory modules are the obvious choice of discerning power users. The data sheets for the 3GB kit (TS1333KLU-3GK) can be read here and that of the 6GB kit (TS1333KLU-6GK) here.

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    ddr3 without heat sink , look cheap
     
  3. btarunr

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    They operate at 1.5V, don't need them anyway.
     
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    No company would make a product they know wouldn't last long and slap a lifetime warranty on it. It can't be bad. =P
     
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    Buying heatsinks are also cheap.
     
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    also, it's Transcend..I'd bet these clock well
     
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    My CPU's operate at 1.2V or something. They still need quite some cooling. I got 230V going through my home, it doesn't require cooling. Voltage alone doesn't mean that much.
     
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    For DDR3 DRAM chips, especially with a frequency of 667 MHz and latencies of 9-9-9-x, 1.5V is a cool voltage. Maybe not for CPUs.
     
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