Mushkin Announces Availability of High Speed DDR2-800 FB-DIMMs

"High speed PC2-6400 FB-DIMMs for Apple Mac Pro and Xserve systems"

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Mushkin Releases DDR2-800 FB-DIMMS for Mac Pro, Xserve
 
Mushkin Inc., a global leader in high-performance and system-specific computer memory products, today announced the release of high speed PC2-6400 FB-DIMMs for Apple Mac Pro and Xserve systems available in 1GB and 2GB single modules and 2GB and 4GB dual-channel kits. These products are designed to provide effortless memory upgrades for owners of the newly released Mac Pro and Xserve systems that support DDR2-800 FB-DIMMs.

“The new PC2-6400 FB-DIMMs offer Mac Pro and Xserve users a reliable and cost-effective upgrade for their systems,” said Brian Flood, Mushkin product development director. “In server and workstation environments, having an adequate amount of system memory is critical to achieving the desired performance level.” According to Flood, Mushkin is also committed to providing the fastest upgrades by releasing modules specified for operation at a CAS latency of 5, even though the slower CAS 6 is also supported.

The DDR2-800 Mac Pro and Xserve FB-DIMMs are immediately available through the mushkin.com web store and authorized resellers and distributors. Like all Mushkin products, these modules are backed by a lifetime warranty and an industry-leading technical support staff.

Part Numbers:

971595A – 1GB PC2-6400 FB-DIMM for Apple Mac Pro

976595A – 2GB (2x1GB) PC2-6400 FB-DIMM Dual Pack for Apple Mac Pro

971596A – 2GB PC2-6400 FB-DIMM for Apple Mac Pro

976596A – 4GB (2x2GB) PC2-6400 FB-DIMM Dual Pack for Apple Mac Pro

971597A – 1GB PC2-6400 FBDIMM for Apple Xserve

976597A – 2GB (2x1GB) PC2-6400 FBDIMM Dual Pack for Apple Xserve

971598A – 2GB PC2-6400 FBDIMM for Apple Xserve

976598A – 4GB (2x2GB) PC2-6400 FBDIMM Dual Pack for Apple Xserve

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21-01-2008, 05:53:37

PV5150
Here we go again. Are your wallets ready?

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21-01-2008, 06:11:00

Mr. Smith
Glad I saw this! The AMD X2 is released in a few days (23/4th Jan), I was going to buy one to play with...

Next gen due Q2; Apr/May/Jun.

It is practically Feb, so hopefully that is 4 month wait at worst. I think I can wait! At least this gives my bank acc time to recover from the recent punishment it has received.

21-01-2008, 12:00:57

MikeEnIke
Depressing, my 8800GTS cost me a pretty penny and it's already obsolete :(

21-01-2008, 12:25:24

Rastalovich

Glad I saw this! The AMD X2 is released in a few days (23/4th Jan), I was going to buy one to play with...

Next gen due Q2; Apr/May/Jun.

It is practically Feb, so hopefully that is 4 month wait at worst. I think I can wait! At least this gives my bank acc time to recover from the recent punishment it has received.



lol u need to calm down. :p

Maybe there`s a way u can buy a time-release lock for ur case that can be set at like 3 month intervals or summit.

21-01-2008, 12:49:19

Kempez
I'm still happy with my GTX. Nothing short of spectacular will make me upgrade
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