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Team Project X Series Memory Creates Super Pi 32M World Record

TeamGroup announced the new world record of Super Pi 32M (Air Cooling) on Jan. 22, 2014. Working together with HKEPC OC Lab in Hong Kong, TeamGroup overclocking memory module has achieved new record" 4min 38sec 329ms ", not only placed among the Top 5 world record of Super Pi 32M, but also the only non-extreme cooling record in Top 10 Global Ranking.

Super Pi 32M is the most popular test program for pro overclockers to compare the performance and stability of their computers. It's also one of the main items in HWBOT Global Ranking. By using Gauss-Legendre algorithm, it can accurately calculate π to 232 square roots--the 32M digits after decimal point and need extremely high stability of system memory. Beside the performance of processor, memory module clock and low latency timing are also the keys of computing speed. Shorten the computing time is the target for overclockers around the world to compete.

Super Talent Project X Now as DDR3-2000 2GB Kit

Super Talent Technology is following other memory makers, with the introduction of the popular Project X in a new DDR3-2000 2GB (2x1GB) kit. This Project X kit is built with the fastest available, carefully screened DRAM chips, and is hand tested as a matched pair on a dual channel ASUS Striker II Extreme motherboard. Labeled as DDR3-2000 PC3-16000 2GB Kit (2x 1GB), the W2000UX2GP can operate using CL9-9-9-28 timings and only 1.9V. Project X memory is designed, built and tested in Super Talent’s San Jose, California headquarters, and is backed with a lifetime warranty. The W2000UX2GP kit will begin shipping today at street prices under $400.

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