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    Mushkin Announces XP3 DDR3 eXtreme Performance Memory Series at CeBIT

    HANOVER, Germany, March 4, 2008 – Mushkin, Inc. (www.mushkin.com), a global leader in high-performance computer products, today announced the XP3 series DDR3 modules. Designed for trailblazing enthusiasts seeking ultimate performance, the XP3 modules offer the reliability and speed needed for maximum frames per second in games and chart-topping benchmark scores.

    Following in the footsteps of its successful DDR and DDR2 predecessors, the third generation eXtreme Performance modules are held to the same stringent quality standards that make Mushkin a highly-regarded name within the overclocking community. The XP3-14400 8-8-7 modules will be showcased at the CeBIT Mushkin booth (Hall 21, Stand A09) in live overclocking demonstrations.

    “It’s our pleasure to announce the XP3 series modules at CeBIT this year”, said Brian Flood, Mushkin director of product development. “Our latest eXtreme Performance modules provide enhanced bandwidth over the aging DDR2 technology and allow overclocked multicore processors to perform to their fullest.”

    Part Numbers:

    991600 – 1GB XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) 7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V
    996600 – 2GB (2x1GB) XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) 7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V

    991601 – 2GB XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) 7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V
    996601 – 4GB (2x2GB) XP3-12800 (DDR3-1600) 7-7-6-18 1.85-1.9V

    991602 – 1GB XP3-14400 (DDR3-1800) 8-8-7-20 1.9-1.95V
    996602 – 2GB (2x1GB) XP3-14400 (DDR3-1800) 8-8-7-20 1.9-1.95V

    The XP3 modules will be available worldwide the beginning of April in 1GB and 2GB single modules and 2GB (2 x 1GB) and 4GB (2x2GB) dual-channel kits. Every module is hand-tested beyond its rated specification and features Mushkin’s FrostByte heatspreader which keeps the modules within safe operating temperatures. Like all Mushkin products, the XP3 modules are backed by a lifetime warranty and an industry-leading technical support staff.
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    Great news, but why can't they get those voltages to be lower.
    This is stupid.

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    stop complaining. high end DDR2 runs at over 2.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XS Janus View Post
    Great news, but why can't they get those voltages to be lower.
    This is stupid.
    i have seen DDR3 at 2.0-2.2volts and for these timings those voltages are pretty good. looks like some good ram. i hope it has a good price.
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    mushkin always gonna price gouge

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    what speed is XP3-14400 anyways ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hecktic View Post
    what speed is XP3-14400 anyways ?
    My guest would be 1800Mhz since it says DDR3-1800
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    Quote Originally Posted by XS Janus View Post
    Great news, but why can't they get those voltages to be lower.
    This is stupid.
    Quote Originally Posted by Swatrecon_ View Post
    stop complaining. high end DDR2 runs at over 2.0.
    Sure, and RMA truck is going back and forth (at your expense)
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    you cant get ddr3 to get lower at CL7 ...

    Cl7 at 1800mhz need little less than 2v , you can compare it to maybe CL4 at 600mhz ddr2, just face it that it wont go lower :P
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    Samsung to Micron IC?

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    Yoxxy Micron GTS

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    What are the D9s of DDR3 called...I cant keep track of DDR3 X(

    Mushkin died halfway through the DDR2 price bubble, I hope they make a comeback though.

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    they are GTS ICs (old ones)

    and new Micron ones are called JNL but they are still D9s hehehe

    so D9GTR, D9JNL and i've seen someone mention another IC on the forum recently from the newer ones...D9Jxx can't recall
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    Perkam

    they are GTS ICs (old ones)

    and new Micron ones are called JNL but they are still D9s hehehe

    so D9GTR, D9JNL and i've seen someone mention another IC on the forum recently from the newer ones...D9Jxx can't recall
    Cool ty

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