Kingston Presents High-End 1800MHz DDR3 Memory Modules

7 October 2007 By Shashank

Kingston has announced the availability of high end DDR3 memory modules which operates at the frequency of upto 1800Mhz. Kingston offered the new memory modules as a single  channel 1 GB and also as a dual channel mode 2GB memory module.These memories work at higher than the standard frequency of 1625Mhz. Both of these memories are certified to work  at lower latency timings of 7-7-7-20-1T using 1.9V. The Price is $224 for the single 1GB one and $448 for the 2 GB one.

Kingston high end product line HyperX is also announced which is certified to reach  the speeds of 1800Mhz with latency timings of 8-8-8-24-1T operating on 1.9v. Again  the HyperX memories are available in two formats of 1GB and 2GB memory modules. The 1GB one is priced at $227 and 2 GB one at $453.

These are a bit higher priced for now but looking at the RAM market segment they will soon come down to kick out our new DDR2 memories.

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Hardware 3 comments


Nirmal says:

The units are too pricey in my view. 🙄

Shashank says:

Yes they are and DDR2 Memories have hit the all time low prices so this is the right time to upgrade system RAM.

In India DDR2 1GB kingston is available at around Rs 1200 😯

Nirmal says:

1200 is cheap for a 1GB RAM. Last time when I enquired it was around 2000+.

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