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Silicon Power Shows off XPower DDR3 Overclocking Memory

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Silicon Power showed off its newest line of DDR3 modules for overclocking, named XPower. The modules will ship with high clock-speed XMP profiles (≥1866 MHz). The one pictured below does DDR3-2400 MHz. Available in module densities of 4 GB and 8 GB, the XPower modules with make up single-module, dual-channel, triple-channel, and quad-channel kits. Seeing as how these modules are also available in triple-channel kits, it's likely that some, if not all, support older versions of Intel XMP, for compatibility with older platforms (eg: triple-channel Nehalem and Westmere supporting XMP 1.2). Key selling features here are thoroughly tested modules, and chunky aluminum heatsinks.

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I use RAM from this manufacturer in my system
3 x 4gb modules rated at 1333
It goes higher and the timings go tighter without much voltage
I trust silicon power products and will maybe try this premium RAM if it hits the Australian market.
 
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good, more competition on high-end modules is always welcome