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TwinMOS Intros TwiSTER DDR3-1600 and DDR3-1800 Memory Modules

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    The DDR3 has become more popular in the market since Intel’s introduction the P35 and X38 chipsets. After introducing the high-level DDR3-1333 module for desktops and the high-level DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM for laptops, TwinMOS today introduces the TwiSTER over-clocking series, which includes DDR3-1600 and DDR3-1800 models, to fulfill the hardware requirements of professional game players and overclockers. The TwiSTER series is the highest quality product line from TwinMOS, made with selected original dies and high-standard production processes. More importantly, every module is tested to comply with the published specifications, and quality is controlled according to the highest standards. DDR3-1600MHz and DDR3-1800MHz memory modules of the TwiSTER series come with chips form Micron Technology in a 128Mx8 layout and are delivered in 1GB capacity. Other specifications of these modules include 240-pin design, working voltage at 1.8V, CL= 8-8-8-21, clock frequency at 1600MHz and 1800MHz. TwinMOS provides global, lifelong warranties for all memory products.

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    Ph, a new memory maker with very good ics . Looks like DDR3 is fixing to get a major push boys!
     
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    I've not seen any TwinMOS for a good while; the pc 3500 stuff I used to have was rock solid tho :D
     

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