Monday, March 19th 2007

Mushkin releases 4GB XP2-6400 4-3-3 kit

DENVER, CO (March 14, 2007) - Mushkin, a global leader in high-performance computer products, today released the XP2-6400 4-3-3 modules available in 4GB dual-channel kits and 2GB single DIMMs. Designed for the most demanding enthusiasts, the XP2-6400 is specified for operation at 800MHz, 4-3-3-10 latencies. Each kit is tested beyond its rated specification to ensure the overclocking headroom and quality that Mushkin customers expect.

The XP2-6400, like all other Muskhin HP2 and XP2 memory products, features Enhanced Performance Profiles which simplify the overclocking process for both beginners and experts. These kits ship with Mushkin’s innovative FrostByte™ heatspreader, which utilizes more surface area and highly conductive thermal transfer materials for lower temperature operation, improved overclocking performance, and longer life.

“Our goal was to enter the 4GB overclocking space with a line of products that would allow enthusiasts to expand their system memory without sacrificing performance,” said Brian Flood, Director of Mushkin Product Development. “With the 4GB XP2-6400 kit, overclockers now have a no-compromise solution for their memory upgrade needs.”

This product represents the lowest latency 4GB PC2-6400 product available today. It showcases Mushkin’s ultimate objective: to enhance the computing experience by providing reliable, high performance products.

The 4GB XP2-6400 kit will be available through the manufacturer direct web store and through authorized resellers and distributors. Full availability is expected by the end of March.
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3 Comments on Mushkin releases 4GB XP2-6400 4-3-3 kit

Bird of Prey
Just as good as its brother the 8500 :)
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Wile E
Power User
Ahhhh, I knew it was only a matter of time before low latency 2GB modules would release. Good job Mushkin.
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Dark Ride
Mushkin Rep
Yes! Good job guys. :)

Altho the heat spreaders look better now, as I said over in this thread.
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