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Super Talent Announces 1066MHz and 1333MHz DDR3 Memory Modules

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Memory maker Super Talent Technology, today officially launched its new line of extreme performance 1333MHz and 1066MHz DDR3 modules. These JEDEC compliant 1GB modules and 2GB kits were designed specifically for the new Intel P35-Bearlake platform, and have already been validated on multiple P35 motherboards. These modules feature custom black cast aluminum HE heat spreaders for optimum thermal performance.

  • W1333UX2G9 2GB DDR3 Kit (2x 1GB) 1333MHz PC3-10600 9-9-9-27
    W1333UB1G9 1GB DDR3 module 1333MHz PC3-10600 9-9-9-27
    W1066UX2G7 2GB DDR3 Kit (2x 1GB) 1066MHz PC3-8500 7-7-7-20
    W1066UB1G7 1GB DDR3 module 1066MHz PC3-8500 7-7-7-20
These products are all sampling now, and will be shipping in volume in June. W1066UX2G7 is expected to retail for approximately $489.

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I wonder if those crappy timings inhibit performance.
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last time i checked for good memory modules, the latency was my main concern, what with those ridiculously high timings ?
 

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If you guys would bother to read about DDR3 before you complain about timings you would know that the latency in ns is about the same due to the high clocks. Bandwidth increases though. Timings will go down with later modules as well, so DDR3 is an improvement, don't worry.
 

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If you guys would bother to read about DDR3 before you complain about timings you would know that the latency in ns is about the same due to the high clocks. Bandwidth increases though. Timings will go down with later modules as well, so DDR3 is an improvement, don't worry.
Wasnt there a DDR3 news post prior to this with better latencies?
 

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Nice to see DDR3 taking off. However, how high do we need to go though? As in DDRX numbers :)