Super Talent Announces 4GB DDR2 800 Gaming Memory Kit

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Author: MikeEnIke
Source: Super Talent

Official Press Release

Super Talent Announces 4 GigaByte DDR2-800 Gaming Kit

San Jose, California - March 26, 2007 -- Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash products, today announced a new 4 GigaByte 800MHz DDR2 memory kit that is ideal for gamers and enthusiasts. The new T800UX4GC5 is a matched pair of 2 GigaByte 800MHz DDR2 non-ECC unbuffered 240-pin DIMMs. This kit has been tested and is guaranteed to operate at 800MHz in a dual channel motherboard at 5-5-5-15 latencies at 2.1 Volts. Each module is constructed using sixteen 128Mbit x 8 FBGA chips organized into a dual-rank 256M x 64 module, and clad in Super Talent's blue cast aluminum HE heatspreader. "A fast new breed of affordable gigabit DDR2 IC's is now making new modules feasible that three months ago were impractical", stated Joe James, Marketing Director at Super Talent Technology. "This kit is ideal for memory hungry applications running in WindowsTM XP x64 and Windows VistaTM Ultimate operating systems, allowing customers a path to 8 GigaBytes of system memory by using two kits", Mr. James added.
These modules are manufactured and tested in Super Talent's state-of-the-art Silicon Valley factory. Every Super Talent module built is hand tested in a motherboard under load to ensure the highest level of reliability. The T800UX4GC5 kit will be available this week at an estimated street price of $438.

Find out more about Super Talent on their website .


It's good to see companies with the gamer in mind like always, but 4GB sure seems like overkill to me. Give it a few years, then we'll talk. Also, the price point doesn't make me want to buy this anymore.


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27-03-2007, 06:47:47

PV5150
"Although the existance of the XBOX 360 Elite hasn't yet officially been confirmed by Microsoft; a Microsoft XNA Framework Developers comments and spyshots of the new 360 on a Chinese production line may indicate otherwise. It certainly appears that the Elite console is as close to official as it can get." Who's up for a new 360?

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27-03-2007, 07:41:34

a1651
1080p upscaled Gears of War...Halo 3...where can I preorder :yumyum: All my component hookups are used up on my TV so I've been waiting for HDMI. Plus the 120GB hard drive and new paint job.

27-03-2007, 10:36:48

FleX.overclock3d
My 360 is already black, but then again I wouldnt mind hdmi and 120Gb hdd :D

27-03-2007, 10:45:06

Kempez
Until I find a decent use for the HDD then I'm not bothered tbh. HDMI is nice, but atm I don't have a screen that would use it

27-03-2007, 12:54:30

Luffy
Definately considering it at the moment. Was going PS3 but the elite may be my preference, depends on price.

28-03-2007, 09:39:31

Phnom_Penh

28-03-2007, 10:17:36

Kempez
Like the little pop at Sony

I think it's quite frustrating for the customer to buy a high-def console only to look in the box and not have a high-def cable



HDMI cable included ;)
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