Kingston Launches DDR3 At Mainstream Price

Posted: Apr 10 2008, 8:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:19am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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Kingston announced its latest DDR3 this week that is aimed at bringing high performance DDR3 memory to a price point easier for adaption by system builders and mainstream computer users. This RAM is an interesting option for those upgrading to DDR3 with NVIDIAs latest 790i mainboard.

"With more new chipsets able to take advantage of DDR3 memory, the time was right for Kingston to release 1600MHz modules to fill the need for an economic alternative to higher priced 1600MHz modules on the market," said Dara Sun, strategic alliance manager, Kingston(R). "Our goal with this new offering is to meet the demand for a more mainstream performing DDR3 product while complementing our high frequency top-performing memory technology."

Pricing for the new DDR3 is $198 for a 1 GB module, $395 for a pair of 1GB modules, $395 for a single 2GB module and $790 for a pair of 2GB modules. Kingston’s DDR3 RAM is covered by a lifetime warranty.

Via Kingston

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