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Mushkin Intros Blackline DDR3 8 GB and 12 GB Memory Kits

Mushkin Enhanced is out with a pair of new DDR3 dual-channel and triple-channel memory kits utilizing the the company's new Blackline PC3-12800 high-density 4 GB module. These kits operate at 1333 MHz, with timings of 7-7-7-20, with DRAM voltage of 1.65V. In dual and triple channel kits, they offer 8 and 12 GB of memory, respectively. Below are the details of the kits as listed by the company:
  • 996776 - Mushkin Enhanced Blackline PC3-12800 8192 MB Dual Channel Kit CL 7-7-7-20 1.65V
  • 998776 - Mushkin Enhanced Blackline PC3-12800 12288 MB Triple Channel Kit CL 7-7-7-20 1.65V

Mushkin Prepares the Mulholland USB Flash Drive

Mushkin is preparing a new lineup of flash drives under the banner of Mulholland Drive. These generic-looking USB flash drives come with a black main-unit and transparent cap. It comes in five variants based on capacity: 2 GB (MKNUFDMH2GB), 4 GB (MKNUFDMH4GB), 8 GB (MKNUFDMH8GB), 16 GB (MKNUFDMH16GB), and 32 GB (MKNUFDMH32GB). Beyond this, the company hasn't given out any more information, except for boasting of "incredible read/write speeds" on offer.

Mushkin Enhanced Announces Kits for P55 Motherboards

Mushkin Enhanced, a global leader in high-performance computer products, announced today a series of memory kits for LGA 1156 motherboards.

Specially designed for Intel Core i5 7-series and Intel Core i7 8-series platforms, these kits provide astonishing performance while using a safe 1.65V supply voltage. Enabling low latency settings and higher frequency, ideal performance is a given with these modules, regardless of application type.

Mushkin Announces DDR3 Memory Kits for AMD AM3 Platform

Mushkin today announced four dual-channel DDR3 memory kits it claims to be best suited for the AMD AM3 socket processors. All of these are specified to run at PC3-12800 (DDR3 1600 MHz), and consist of two 2 GB modules. The changes kick in, in the form of memory timings and recommended vDIMM voltages. Says Mushkin: "Our Engineers have risen to the challenge of new technological advancements and set themselves upon our Dual Channel technology. The result thus far has been 4 exemplary new memory kits for the DDR3-Dual Channel segment that, because of diverse adjustments, are fine-tuned for the AM3 platform."

Product details, as listed by Mushkin are as follows:
  • 996657AM3 – XP3-12800 4096MB Dual Channel Kit CL 7-7-7-20 1.85V-1.95V
  • 996601AM3 – XP3-12800 4096MB Dual Channel Kit CL 7-7-6-18 1.85V-1.95V
  • 996659AM3 – XP3-12800 4096MB Dual Channel Kit CL 9-9-9-27 1.65V-1.70V
  • 996629AM3 – XP3-12800 4096MB Dual Channel Kit CL 8-8-8-24 1.80V-1.90V

All four kits are available now, at standard market prices. Mushkin says that it's working on even more memory kits optimized for the AM3 platform.

Mushkin Readies Copperhead Series Memory Kits

Mushkin is readying a new series of PC memory kits named Copperhead. The series circles around a new heatspreader design that heavily makes use of copper, to enhance its thermal characteristics. The company has in the the past worked on similar heatspreader innovations including a vapor-chamber technology based Ascent series. Considering that copper is an expensive (if not precious) metal, these kits could be positioned in the higher-end category, consisting of triple-channel and dual-channel DDR3 memory kits. Owing to its still sizable market, DDR2 kits in the series cannot be written off at this point. Expect product launches very soon.


Mushkin's First ATI Radeon Graphics Card Pictured

Last month, Muskin announced a comeback lineup of graphics cards under the UltimateFX series. The lineup began with a number of high-end graphics cards based on the single-GPU GeForce GTX 200 series, and later topped up with the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 295 model. By then the company had made it clear that it will be selling graphics cards based on ATI Radeon GPUs very soon. One of its first works surfaced in the form of the UltimateFX Radeon HD 4850.

The card uses a fairly standard design with a red PCB with reference cooler markings, with the GPU cooled by 92 mm fan-heatsink made by Arctic Cooling, memory cooled passively under its air-flow, and a heatsink over the VRM area. The card provides output using DVI, D-Sub, and 7.1 channel audio-routed HDMI connectors. It will be available in two variants, one that uses the AMD reference clock speeds of 625/993 MHz (core/memory), and an OC variant with 700/1100 MHz (core/memory). Both feature 512 MB of GDDR3 memory. The cards are sold in the company's seemingly popular WoodBox packaging. Its availability is not known, though we expect a fairly competitive pricing structure for these cards, given the uphill task Mushkin has competing with established players.


Mushkin Announces Europa III SSD Series, Intros 250 GB Model

Mushkin today announced the third-generation of its flagship solid-state disk lineup, the Europa III. The new series revolves around using a high-performance controller chip made by Samsung. The NAND flash configuration is of the multi-level cell (MLC) type, and in conjunction with the controller, provides high transfer rates.

The first model in this series is the Mushkin esi25607. This 250 GB SSD is of the standard 2.5 inch form-factor, and weighs 80.1 g. It is driven by Samsung S3C29RBB controller, which helps this drive churn out speeds of 220 MB/s (read), 200 MB/s (write). It uses the standard SATA II interface. The drive maintains a low power draw of 0.15W when idling, and 0.25W when active. It has its MTBF rated at one million hours. The drive comes packed in a fancy aluminum case. Details on its pricing and availability are yet to surface.

Mushkin Adds UltimateFX GeForce GTX 295 to its Portfolio

Having recently announced a comeback into the consumer graphics card market, Mushkin added a new accelerator to its lineup. The UltimateFX GTX 295 is a reference-design single PCB accelerator, which comes with all the Mushkin paraphernalia such as the WoodBox packing. Mushkin stuck to the reference clock speed profile for this card 576/1008/1242 MHz (core/memory/shader). It packs a total of 1792 MB GDDR3 memory across two 448-bit interfaces. The two GPUs pack 240 shader processors each. Mushkin indicated that it will release more variants in this series based on factory-overclocked settings.

Mushkin Making a Comeback With Video Cards

Popular memory manufacturer Mushkin, which is also known for power supply units and until last year, for video cards, plans to resume being a video card manufacturer, and an add-in card partner for NVIDIA. The company just announced plans on an entire lineup of products based on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 200 series, called Mushkin UltimateFX. It includes products starting from the GeForce GTX 260 896 MB base model, going all the way up to GeForce GTX 285 2048 MB, with models carved out based on clock speeds and memory sizes.

For the most part, it looks like Mushkin will use non-reference designs which we may be familiar with. One of their products resembles a similar design by Sparkle, while another bears resemblance with the reference NVIDIA design, albeit a green PCB (something PNY has opted for). The cards will be shipped in an a classic wooden jewel case, similar to to the "WoodBox" it shipped with its older products. Here's what the lineup looks like:

Mushkin Launches New Redline Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits

Mushkin Memory has just released two new Redline DDR3 kits. The triple channel Mushkin Redline memories, model numbers 998691 and 998692, both consist of three 2 GB modules for a total of 6 GB. They both operate at 1600 MHz with CL6-7-6-18 timings and 1.65 V. Model number 998691 comes with Mushkin's usual heatspreader known from the past, while the 998692 kit ships with the company's new Ascent heatspreaders that use a technology developed by Celsia technologies, called eVCI (enhanced Vapor Chamber Interface). Both triple channel kits are to be offered with a lifetime warranty.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

Mushkin Introduces its first SSD Series called Europe

Mushkin Enhanced, one of the leading manufacturers for High Performance Computer announces the availability of his first SSD-series called “Europe”. The capacities are 32, 64, 128, 192 and 256GB in a noble aluminium housing and captivating with aggressive pricing.

“Once, Zeus felt in love with the beautiful Europe, now, every speed enthusiast can do the same.” smiles Steffen Eisenstein, CEO of Mushkin Logistic GmbH and looks on the aluminium dressed SSDs. But like always for Mushkin, the inside value is one of the finest: With 150MB/s read and 90MB/s there is a convenient working guaranteed, no stuttering in games for loading, no vibration in your case and no annoying clicking for reading and writing. Due to the integrated Mini-USB 2.0 connector, you can also use the new SSD as an external storage without additional power supply.

Mushkin Announces New 1600 MHz DDR3 Memory With Radioactive Heatspreaders

Mushkin, one of the leading manufacturers of high performance computer components, announces the availability of a new DDR3 Triple-Channel-Kit. It’s called: “998679r” and is equipped with 6GB and a high frequency of 1600 MHz. The memory will be delivered in a noble aluminium case assembled with unqiue “radioactive” heatspreaders.
“This kit is the ultimate combination of newest technology and fancy design.” Proclaims Steffen Eisenstein, CEO of Mushkin Logistic GmbH very proudly, and continues: “The response for the “radioactive” heatspreader was huge, now we will have a hell of a party on DDR3!”

Mushkin Launches New 1866 MHz DDR3 Triple-Channel Kit: 998686

Mushkin Enhanced, one of the leading manufacturers for High Performance Computer Parts announced today the release of its XP3-15000 DDR3 modules. Rated for 933MHz (1866MT/s data rate) and 8-9-8-24 latencies, the XP3-15000 modules provide astonishing performance on Intel X58 platforms while using a safe 1.65V supply voltage.

“Following our tradition of innovation in the high performance memory market, the new XP3-15000 brings Core i7 triple-channel kits to an elevated standard”, said Brian Flood, Mushkin’s director of product development. "Enthusiasts and gamers alike will enjoy the flexibility and stability of this new product while overclocking their machines."

Mushkin Announces New PCGH DDR2 Special-Edition

Mushkin announces the availability of a new DDR2 Special-Edition: the 4GB Kit called “996580PCGH” is the continuation of the successful co-operation with the PC Games Hardware print magazine.

“The teamwork with the PCGH is fantastic!” says Steffen Eisenstein, CEO of Mushkin Logistic GmbH very glad. “So it makes perfect sense for us to do another Special-Edition. The new kit is perfect for performance demanding beginners who wants fast timings and rock-bottom prices.”

Muskin Launches its First Hex DDR3 Memory Kit

Mushkin today introduced its first memory kit consisting of six DDR3 modules for use on Core i7 and other compatible platforms. The kit (model: HP3 995659) provides a combined memory capacity of 12GB (6x 2GB), which should suit workstations and other high performance systems based on the Core i7 platform. The modules operate at 1600 MHz (PC3-12800) at voltages between 1.5 and 1.6 volts with DRAM timings of 9-9-9-27. The modules come with the blue-coloured FrostByte heatspreaders. Pricing and availability will be announced soon.

Mushkin Releases 996580X2 DDR2 Memory

Mushkin today announced a new DDR2 800 MHz, 2x 2GB dual-channel memory kit, the XP2 series model 996580X2. The product targeted at the mainstream thru value segments. Mushkin adopted a simplistic product design which includes two modules without heatspreaders. The modules operate at voltages between 2 and 2.1V and DRAM timings of 4-4-4-12. The modules use an 8-layer black coloured PCB to reduce electronic noise. Mushkin plans to sell this kit for 46 to 49 Euros including taxes.

Mushkin Announces Triple-Channel Memory Kits for Core i7

Mushkin, Inc., a global leader in high-performance memory products, today announced the release of its triple-channel memory kits designed specifically for the new Intel Core i7 platform. The flagship offering of the new memory kits is the XP3-12800 7-8-7, allowing end users to extract higher performance at 1600MT/s than competitors’ products while staying within safe operating voltages. Additionally, early adopters of the new platform will find Mushkin’s triple-channel products stable and reliable, ensuring a trouble-free migration.

“We’ve worked diligently to create parts for the Core i7 platform that push specifications to unprecedented levels while maintaining the high quality and reliability standards of our existing products,” said Brian Flood, director of product development for Mushkin. “Our triple-pack customers will be rewarded with the utmost reliability from our standard rated products, and greatly increased performance from our high performance line.”

Mushkin-Exceleram Introduces New DDR3 Kits

Earlier this year, Mushkin acquired Exceleram to expand its technological expertise and manufacturing footprint. Exceleram had been in the business of high-performance gaming system memory modules for quite some time. Post acquisition, Mushkin lets Exceleram products, both current and future, retain the Exceleram brand name and product logos. News is, that the company launched two dual-channel DDR3 memory kits.

The EX3-21800X2-S2 is a 2x 1GB kit, that operates at 1800 MHz DDR, with timings of 8-8-8-24 and DIMM voltage of 1.85~1.90 V. The EX3-41600Q2-SM is a 2x 2GB kit. This is where the bank density eats into other parameters such as timings and frequency. It operates at 1600 MHz DDR, with looser timings of 9-9-9-27. On a positive note, the module voltage has been pushed down to 1.7 V, and it won't be too far-fetched to estimate, that the modules could operate at 1333 MHz at much lower voltages. While there's no word out on the pricing yet, Mushkin on its part states that the products would sell at "unbeatable prices".

Mushkin Launches X-Line Range of Memory Modules

Mushkin Enhanced, a leading manufacturer of high performance PC - components, announces the immediate availability of the three best-selling 2x 2GB DDR2 memory kits of 2008 announced its PCB used a special feature. Instead of the familiar green PCBs, Mushkin has invented something special. Based on the slogan "Black is beautiful" is the new X-line 8 series using "Challenger 8" series PCBs. Casemodders and all others who lay emphasis on special details, will be pleased with the black 8 SKILLED "Challenger" PCB. The black PCB now fits perfectly with the other PC components in the interior life and evaluates the overall picture.

The X-Line modules are now available in the following specifications:
  • 4096 MB, XP2-6400, 4-4-4-12 Dual Pack (2x 2048 MB), with EPP, Retail, X-Line (996580X)
  • 4096 MB, XP2-6400, 4-4-4-12 Dual Pack (2x 2048 MB), with EPP, Retail, X-Line (996580wX)
  • 4096 MB, XP2-8000, 5-5-5-15 Dual Pack (2x 2048 MB), REDLINE, with EPP, Retail, X-Line (996593X)
Images provided in the order 996580X, 996580wX and 996593X:

Mushkin Announces Ascent Memory Modules With eVCI Cooling

Mushkin, a global leader in high-performance computer products, announced the launch of a new high performance line of memory modules aimed at the power gamer market. Called Ascent, the new line raises the bar on its Redline and XP premium memory offering by using eVCI (enhanced Vapor Chamber Interface) cooling technology, the current state-of-the-art in heat spreaders.

Mushkin Intros New Arctic White and Charcoal Gray EM2-6400 DDR2 Kits

Mushkin today announced the immediate availability of two new DDR2 kits, whose Frost Byte heatspreaders have been painted in "Arctic White" and "Charcoal Gray". The modules are available now in two different 4GB (2x2GB) kits: XP2-6400 800MHz (model number: 99658Ow/g) with CL4-4-4-12 latencies, and EM2-6400 800MHz (model numbr: 996557w/g) with CL5-5-5-12 latencies. Last two letters of the model numbers indicate the color of the heatspreaders, w for white and g for gray. All Mushkin products come with a lifetime warranty.

Source: Mushkin

Mushkin Announces XP3 DDR3 eXtreme Performance Memory Modules at CeBIT

Mushkin today announced its new XP3 series DDR3 modules at the CeBIT Mushkin booth (Hall 21, Stand A09). "It's our pleasure to announce the XP3 series modules at CeBIT this year", said Brian Flood, Mushkin director of product development. "Our latest eXtreme Performance modules provide enhanced bandwidth over the aging DDR2 technology and allow overclocked multicore processors to perform to their fullest."

Part Numbers:
  • 991600 - 1GB XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) CL7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V
  • 996600 - 2GB (2x1GB) XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) CL7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V
  • 991601 - 2GB XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) CL7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V
  • 996601 - 4GB (2x2GB) XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) CL7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V
  • 991602 - 1GB XP3-14400 (DDR3-1800) CL8-8-7-20 1.9-1.95V
  • 996602 - 2GB (2x1GB) XP3-14400 (DDR3-1800) CL8-8-7-20 1.9-1.95V
The XP3 modules will be available worldwide in the beginning of April.Source: CdrInfo

Mushkin HP GeForce 8800GT 512MB Overclocked Edition v2 Spotted

American high-end memory manufacturer Mushkin has revealed that it is working on a new GeForce 8800 GT version, the 8800 GT G92 512 Mushkin HP Overclocked Edition v2. Mushkin has equipped the card with custom dual-slot cooler and 512MB GDDR3 memory clocked at 1900 MHz. The core frequency for this model has also been changed to 675MHz from the standard 600MHz. Other unique features come with the card's bundle, where you'll find a Mushkin T-shirt and USB flash drive with drivers. Expect HP Overclocked Edition 8800 GT v2 later this month for around 260 Euros.

Source: TechConnect Magazine,

Mushkin Announces XP-800AP 800W Power Supply Unit

Mushkin Inc. today upped the ante by adding the 800W XP-800AP power supply to its PSU line-up. The XP-800AP unit provides a comprehensive set of features including active PFC, 110-240V input, VersaPlug modular cabling, four PCIe cables with 6/8-pin adaptable connectors, user-selectable single +12V rail/quad +12V rail, 900W peak power, thermally controlled 135mm fan, 64A output at +12V, EPS 2.91 support, and industrial-grade components. The unit is backed by a generous 5-year limited warranty and Mushkin’s industry-leading technical support personnel. You can buy it now directly from Mushkin for $185.81.

Source: Mushkin

Mushkin Introduces Lots of New DDR2 Memory Kits

Mushkin Enhanced, today announced the immediate availability of the following new DDR2 memory kits:
  • 2x2GB DDR2-1000 XP2 Redline CL5-5-5-15 @ 2.1V
  • 2x2GB DDR2-1066 XP2 Series CL5-5-5-15 @ 2.1V
  • 4x2GB DDR2-800 XP2 Quad Kit CL4-4-4-12 @ 2.0–2.1V
  • 2x2GB DDR2-800 HP2 Series CL5-4-4-12 @ 1.8V
All Mushkin memory modules are backed by a lifetime warranty.

Source: Mushkin
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