Mushkin Announce First DDR-2 Redline Page: 1


Mushkin have recently announced the first DDR-2 entry to the "Redline" class of memory.

The new addition, branded "XP2-8000" will be available in 512mb and 1GB sticks, and are rated to run 4-5-4-11 at 2.2v.

The introduction of these sticks is bound to excite enthusiasts worldwide, as it is well known that only the best modules make it into the Redline class.

Lee Groniger, Director of Sales of Marketing, says that "This XP2-8000 definately holds up the reputation put forth by previous DDR-1 Redline Modules".

Mushkin can also expect increased sales if these sticks prove to be a success, as the introduction of AMD's new AM2 socket, means that both top end systems from AMD and Intel will be using the often criticised DDR-2 memory.

If previous experience is anything to go by, then you can be sure that Mushkin are introducing another top-end product to the overclocking world.

These sticks are expected to be hitting retailers int he next couple of weeks.

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