Mushkin Announces HP3-10666 CL7 High Performance DDR3 Modules

"Increased Performance to Drive DDR3 Technology Adoption"

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Increased Performance to Drive DDR3 Technology Adoption Mushkin HP3-10666 DDR3
 
Enthusiast memory manufacturer Mushkin has announced availability of their high performance  HP3-10666 DDR3 modules. The modules are rated for 667MHz (1333MT/s data rate) and 7-7-7-20 latencies, and the HP3-10666 significantly improves performance on all DDR3 enabled platforms while using 1.7V supply voltage.
 
“In order to further drive DDR3 technology to the mainstream, the market needs value-oriented, high-quality parts that operate the way end-users expect”, said Brian Flood, Mushkin’s director of product development. “The new HP3-10666 products provide the uncompromising quality that Mushkin’s customers expect, while increasing performance versus standard 9-9-9 rated parts.”
 
Mushkin's HP3-10666 modules are immediately available worldwide in 1GB and 2GB single modules and 2GB (2 x 1GB) and 4GB (2x2GB) dual-channel kits. The HP3-10666 DDR3 modules feature Mushkin's FrostByte heatspreader to keep temperatures within safe operating parameters. Like all Mushkin memory products, the HP3-10666 DDR3 modules are backed by a lifetime warranty.
 
Part Numbers:

991651 – 1GB HP3-10666 (DDR3-1333) 7-7-7-20 1.7-1.8V

996651 – 2GB (2x1GB) HP3-10666 (DDR3-1333) 7-7-7-20 1.7-1.8V


991652 – 2GB HP3-10666 (DDR3-1333) 7-7-7-20 1.7-1.8V

996652 – 4GB (2x2GB) HP3-10666 (DDR3-1333) 7-7-7-20 1.7-1.8V
 
 
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08-08-2008, 12:34:43

Bondi007
Does anybody use Vmware Workstation? If so what setting do I have to put the network to be able to have 2 virtual machine running at the same time talking to eachother..?

08-08-2008, 14:00:53

nathan

Does anybody use Vmware Workstation? If so what setting do I have to put the network to be able to have 2 virtual machine running at the same time talking to eachother..?



Put both virtual machines in the same team (use the wizard to create one). Create a lan segment (also in the team wizard). then edit the ethernet controller to both use the new lan segment (lan 1 by default)

08-08-2008, 14:46:49

Jim
Or you should just be able to have both of them pick up IP addresses from your router and just act like two PC's on your network iirc.

08-08-2008, 16:02:20

Bondi007
Ill give it ago next week :D thanks
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