Kingmax release new "Hercules" line of DDR3 memory

"Kingmax have brought out some new DDR3 aimed at LGA 1156 users"

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Kingmax release new “Hercules” line of DDR3 memory
kingmax hercules ram sticks....Taiwanese memory manufacturers Kingmax have released a new line of high-speed DDR3 modules that they call ‘Hercules’.
The sticks are a 2x2GB kit of overclocked DDR3 aimed at the LGA 1156 platform, running at 2200MHz with a CAS latency of 10.
The information on their page for the kit here is pretty sparse, but their official specs say the following:
  • Specification: 240-pin DDR3 un-buffered DIMM
  • Configuration: 128Mx8
  • Bandwidth: 17.6GB/sec
  • Voltage: 1.5V~1.7V
  • CL:10
  • Capacity : 2GB
  • 4GB (2GBx2) Dual Channel Kit
Unfortunately we don’t currently have a release date or an estimated price for these sticks, but they should be out some time soon and Kingmax’s products are usually pretty good value for money so fingers crossed if you're planning on an affordable memory upgrade this christmas.
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25-10-2009, 15:00:15

Right then chaps.

Gone out and grabbed a 120gb hard-drive off ebay, however Ive not got the cable and disc required to transfer my data from my tiny 20gb drive to the new one.

Bit of a shot in the dark but has anyone got one lying around that they wouldn't miss for a week as Ill send it back after Ive migrated my data.

Will pay for P&P if needed, thanks all.:worship:

25-10-2009, 15:16:16


25-10-2009, 15:20:21

Its only if you've got an elite brand new as you need the serials from it and your old system and mine is secondhand so not in my name thanks though.

25-10-2009, 16:01:46

I Hunta x
i think i have one mine here somewere still, ill have a look and get back to you.

last time i used it was to take saves off the hdd to my pc 2 months back iirc.

26-10-2009, 11:51:22

Any news bud that'd be great if you've got one.

Anyone else ???

26-10-2009, 22:30:37

I Hunta x
ive found the disk but not the cable, ill have another look for you tomorow matey

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