Sunday, August 19th 2007

Patriot releases DDR3 1866MHz Low Latency Memory Modules

Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium quality memory module and flash memory solutions, announced the release of the fastest DDR3-1866MHz low latency memory modules on the market.

With latency timings of 8-8-8-20 and operating at 1.9V, these modules are ideal for PC gamers and PC enthusiasts looking to make their systems perform at their very best. These new modules will be offered in 2GB paired kits. They also are equipped with Patriot's "Bladed" heat shield technology which increases heat dissipation and lowers module temperatures by 5 to 7 percent.

"Having the fastest DDR3-1866MHz modules on the market demonstrates Patriot's leadership in the memory marketplace," said Les Henry, the Technical Director of Patriot Memory. "Patriot will continue to push the envelope to develop and bring the fastest and highest quality memory to our customers."

About Patriot Memory

Patriot Memory is a manufacturer of high quality memory solutions which include Extreme Performance (EP) solutions engineered to provide gamers the power to perform with extreme bandwidth and low latencies; in addition to Signature Line (SL) memory module solutions for desktop, notebook, workstations, servers, and Apple computers. Patriot also offers and array of Flash memory solutions for the latest digital cameras, digital audio players, mobile phones, PDAs, and mobile applications. Patriot is headquartered in Fremont, California, USA, and has sales offices throughout the U.S. Europe, and Asia. Patriot is a member of JEDEC, Apple Developers Connection, Intel Developer Forum, and SDA Association. Patriot memory works with over 150 different chipset, Motherboard, and technology leaders and developers in the market to ensure quality and performance products to our customers. For more information, please visit our website at Patriot
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4 Comments on Patriot releases DDR3 1866MHz Low Latency Memory Modules

Bird of Prey
Timings a little higher than MCS bioshock (or whateveR) but better speeds.

Wonder how tight you can take them though..
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wonder how much this stuff costs:banghead: what is the answwerrrrr:banghead:
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DDR3 is looking better and better... my DDR2 533 runs at 4-4-4-12 1.8v
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^ thats not that good bro... :)

They are getting closer to 2ghz....

that ram runs the same speed as a E4300cpu.... lol

any one got any pricing.... bet it costs an arm and a leg
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