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Silicon Power Introduces Four New High-Capacity DDR3 Memory Kits

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Silicon Power, the world’s leading manufacturer in flash memory and DRAM module, today (9/10) announced the royal launch of DDR3 large-capacity series with 256Mx8 advanced procedure, adding a brand-new golden troop with enhanced performance to Silicon Power’s DRAM family! The product line includes 4GB (single channel), 8GB (dual kit), and 12GB (triple kit), fully compatible with the latest platforms such as Intel Core series, AMD AM3 series, etc.

Silicon Power DDR3 large-capacity series are perfect for Windows 7 64 bits. With such combination, end-users may open numerous programs simultaneously. Even if your computer operates overtime with power-consuming editing / gaming programs, you may still experience the ultimate enjoyment of ultra high-speed and outstanding performance.



Silicon Power DDR3 memory modules are consistent with JEDEC standards, adopting new fly-by topology design for more efficient commands, addresses, control signals, and clocks signals. They also support On-DIE Termination (ODT) to dramatically reduce unwanted reflection signals and maximize speed rate. Meanwhile, Silicon Power insists on using original memory modules and FBGA packaging technology for excellent heat dissipation and accurate data transferring. Silicon Power dual / triple-channel memory kits are 100% tested to guarantee high performance of stability, durability and compatibility.

Silicon Power DDR3 series are in compliance with strict RoHS standards and come with a complete after-sales service and lifetime warranty. There are many options for end-users to choose from: 4GB Long / So DIMM, 8GB duel-channel kit (4GBx2), and 12GB triple-channel kit (4GBx3).

Product specifications:
  • Memory module type: DDR3 Unbuffered ECC Memory
  • Pins: 240Pin Long-DIMM / 204Pin So-DIMM
  • Frequency: DDR3-1333MHz
  • ECC function: Unbuffered Non-ECC Memory
  • Capacity: 4GB / 8GB (4GBx2) / 12GB (4GBx3)
  • Flash module spec.: 256Mx8 (bit)
  • Operating voltage: 1.5V
  • CAS latency: 9 (1333MHz)
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
 
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I've always wondered if this manufacturer made reliable RAM. I see them selling here and sometimes the prices are appealing, but something just doesn't seem right to me. Sometimes they look "cheap" (packaging and the sticks themselves), so I end up buying Kingston or Patriot that are more expensive, but also have a better looks thus seeming more reliable. Maybe that's just marketing blinding my eyes. :confused:
Another one that makes me think this way is Transcend.
Lifetime warranty is always good.
 
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Want:
- 6× 4GB sticks
- a non-Intel platform with >4 DIMM slots (6 would be nice)
- RAMD proggy

Got only one of the three.
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