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Walton Chaintech Intros APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Module Kits

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    The overclocking memory module specialist, Walton Chaintech Corporation, introduces its new APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Module Kits specifically for the Intel Core i7 processor / Intel X58 Express Chipset.

    Latest Intel Core i7 next generation platform supports the DDR3 memory has proven that INTEL X58 chipset’s memory controller gives amazing performance and memory bandwidth increase while using DDR3 tri-channel modules. Chaintech prepared ready for DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600 & DDR3-1866 triple-channel kits. These new modules will be available in 3GB Kit and high capacity 6GB Kit.


    At the same time, all series of APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Module Kits are made of 8-layer PCB and chips of famous memory manufacturer, which are well known for their outstanding overclocking capability. Each chip is handpicked for meeting strict quality requirements. Not only that, all chips are manufactured of using Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Array (FBGA) packages to have better thermal dissipation and electrical efficiency. These unique technical features will ensure optimal performance via combination of lower voltage requirements, higher speed, and instantaneous overclocking ability.

    Walton Chaintech is continuing to focus heavily on the gaming and overclocking market. Therefore, Walton Chaintech is developing new products that satisfy gamers and enthusiasts' needs on performance and stability, as well as the best possible cost. The release of APOGEE GT Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Module Kits perfectly reflects Walton Chaintech's long-term commitment and continuous efforts to provide the best solutions for gaming enthusiasts.

    Source: Walton Chaintech
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  2. Urbklr


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    I'm pretty sure that name is already taken:p

    They look nice thou, wonder what the voltages will look like.
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