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    News - Kingston Technology launches blazing-fast 2GHz memory for Intel Core i7

    Triple-channel memory solutions are coming thick and fast, but we've not seen anything as quick as this.
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    Re: News - Kingston Technology launches blazing-fast 2GHz memory for Intel Core i7

    What do we think of the price?

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    Re: News - Kingston Technology launches blazing-fast 2GHz memory for Intel Core i7

    Quote Originally Posted by Shooty* View Post
    What do we think of the price?
    Not sure about the high-end stuff, guess if you're shelling out over a thousand for a system it's worth considering. I was more interested in the mainstream - 6GB DDR3 1333 @ £147? Thanks very much.

    But why is the slower speed 1066 the same price as the 1333? Do tighter latencies matter that much?
    Anyway, more RAM, up to a point, is more important than faster RAM, so I can't see that many people opting for 3GB kits that cost more than the value 6GB kits..

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    Re: News - Kingston Technology launches blazing-fast 2GHz memory for Intel Core i7

    Quote Originally Posted by miniyazz View Post
    Not sure about the high-end stuff, guess if you're shelling out over a thousand for a system it's worth considering. I was more interested in the mainstream - 6GB DDR3 1333 @ £147? Thanks very much.

    But why is the slower speed 1066 the same price as the 1333? Do tighter latencies matter that much?
    Anyway, more RAM, up to a point, is more important than faster RAM, so I can't see that many people opting for 3GB kits that cost more than the value 6GB kits..
    prices sounds reqasonable

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