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Super Talent Introduces Overclocked Quad Channel DDR3 Kits

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Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND flash solutions, today announces their Quadra series, overclocked, quad-channel DDR3 memory kits, targeted at the extreme enthusiast market.

Gamers and enthusiasts already know about Intel’s i7-3960X 6-Core processors and now they are scrambling to find DRAM worthy of their new rig. The Quadra, DDR3 Quad-kits, come in 1600 MHz and 1866 MHz and pairs perfectly with the i7 processors, which now handles 4 channels of memory. By fully populating all 8 slots of memory with Super Talent’s 4GB DIMMs, users will experience reduced loading times with all their high-system-requirement programs. Now more time can be spent using a computer than waiting on it.



Validated using the X79 chipset, the 1600 MHz and 1866 MHz overclocking DDR3 DIMMs are now available either individually or as a kit of four modules. Visit www.supertalent.com to learn more or call us to see how you can experience an amazingly responsive system using the latest technology today.

 
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overclocked or overclocking?

Anyone else here excited for the 8gb 1600mhz dimms offered by the competitors?
 
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I don't understand. 1600 or 1866Mhz is overclocked????//?? Then what are the 2400 and the 2500Mhz modules???
 
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The numbers do not seem to high here, good clean looking heatspreder though.