Silicon Power outs new 1600MHz DDR3 RAM

Shane McGlaun - Nov 4, 2010
Silicon Power outs new 1600MHz DDR3 RAM

Silicon Power has a wide range of flash storage products and other gear for computer users. The latest addition to its line of offerings is a new DDR3 RAM kit that might be appealing to computer users looking for a RAM upgrade or building up a new machine.

The RAM runs at 1600MHz right out of the box and meets all JEDEC standards to work with DDR3 using systems. The RAM runs at 1600MHz with CL9 CAS latencies and needs 1.5V to operate. Teh RAM uses Fly-by topology for more efficient commands, addresses, control signals, and clock signals.

The kits will be offered in single, dual, and triple channel setups. The RAM will be offered in a DDR3 2GB non ECC kit, a 2GB SO-DIMM non ECC kit, a 4GB dual channel kit that has no ECC, and a 6GB triple channel kit as well. Pricing is unknown at this time.

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