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Mushkin HP2-6400 4GB Dual Kits Released

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Mushkin, today released the HP2-6400 5-4-4 modules available in 4GB dual-channel kits and 2GB single DIMMs. Designed for high-performance and value, the HP2-6400 is specified to work at 800MHz, 5-4-4-12 latencies and 2V operating voltage. Each kit is tested beyond its rated specification to ensure the overclocking headroom and quality that Mushkin customers expect. The 4GB HP2-6400 kit will be available in limited quantities through the Mushkin.com manufacturer-direct web store and through authorized resellers and distributors.

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Not to sound, gay, but Mushkin makes some of the "prettiest" blue memory heat spreaders and I love their design (My favorite color is blue).

Thats some good looking memory. Ill probably grab Mushkin when I move to Am2.
 

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I'm glad we're starting to see 2GB modules. That means if you have an S-load of money, you could have an 8GB ram setup.
 

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I'm glad we're starting to see 2GB modules. That means if you have an S-load of money, you could have an 8GB ram setup.
You can go beyond that with a dual Xeon setup and 12GB of RAM. I'm sure there are solutions where you can pump in even more RAM.

 
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