Super Talent Unveils Project X DDR3 Kits

"Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash storage solutions, today announced immediate availability of the world's most advanced DDR3 memory kits, dubbed Project X. "

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Super Talent Unveils Project X DDR3 Kits 

Project X employs an extreme cooling solution that offers double the surface area and 106% more aluminum mass than standard heat spreaders.

These kits hand tested as a matched pair on a dual channel Asus P5K3 Deluxe motherboard and avialable at the below frequencies and timings: 

W1800UX2GP DDR3-1800 PC3-14400 2GB Kit (2x 1GB) 7-7-7-21 2.0V
W1600UX2GP DDR3-1600 PC3-12800 2GB Kit (2x 1GB) 7-6-6-18 1.8V

Each kit comes with a lifetime warranty and a price tag of $599 and $559 respectively.


Joe James, Super Talent's Marketing Director added:
"Project X now stands without peer as the world's premier DDR3 solution. These kits support obscene clock speeds, carefully tuned latencies, and incorporate an advanced thermal dissipater that makes them as sexy as they are fast."

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11-09-2007, 06:02:30


DURING THE AMD Barcelona launch presentation, everything was going nice and dandy, and then the time for benchmark performance results came.

AMD was pitching the AMD Opteron 2350 against Intel's Xeon 5345 which both clocked the same at 2.0 GHz. The results in selected benchmarks were going quite nicely for AMD, and then SPECint_2006 score showed just a 5% performance deficit behind Intel - contrary to performance data achieved by Intel Xeons, showing that Xeons have a more tangible lead.

Dirk started to explain the difference, the guilty party supposedly being Intel's compiler, quoted being "nothing more than a benchmark compiler." When SPECint_2006 was ran with the Intel vs. PGI compiler, Opteron 2350 has 5% performance deficit, but when SPECint_base2006 was ran with both systems running publicly available gcc compiler, AMD has a performance lead of 9%.

Is this the real deal or just smoke in mirrors? Decide yourself. In any case, to answer some of the boffs that like sending ego-exercising e-mails at 4AM, we're just the messenger here

Source: The Inquirer

11-09-2007, 12:51:36

AMD blowing off steam again tbh

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