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Mushkin introduces Quad Kit 4GB EM2-6400

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    Mushkin, a global leader in high-performance computer products, today released the 4GB Quad Kit (4x1GB). The EM2-6400 Quad Kit is specified for operation at 800MHz, 5-5-5-12 latencies.

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    “Our goal was to enter the 4GB value space with a line of products that would allow all users to expand their system memory without sacrificing performance,” said Zikria “Saki” Hoffmann, GM of the European Department.
    “At Mushkin, we always strive to do things differently and provide more to consumers. This Quad kit is the first of its kind which comes with our new Safe & Protect Packing. Apart from this, we will continue to innovate and develop new products to bring more to our consumers,” said Mr. Hoffmann.

    The 4GB Quad Kit will be available through the mushkin authorized resellers and distributors. Full availability is expected by the end of this week.
     
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    I've always thought mushkin ram looks the best of any ram manufacturers heatsinks
     
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    I agree! There were also a few of the camo edition OCZ's I thought looked pretty sweet.
     
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    EM2-XXXX? Is this the DDR3 standard?
     
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    Ah, OK.
     
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    The number "2" in EM2 indicates that it's DDR2 memory. Same with Mushkin's XP2 and HP2 line.
     
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    looks nice wish we could get DDR2 to run quad channel that would make this kit a lot cooler of a deal
     
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    The timings are superb for a 4gb kit and look nice.
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    not to mention for a value 4gb kit
     
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