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    News - Patriot preparing Sandy Bridge-ready memory kits

    DDR3 modules designed for Intel’s new platform arrive alongside super-speedy USB 3.0 thumb-drives.
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    Re: News - Patriot preparing Sandy Bridge-ready memory kits

    Why does Intel need to ratify Kingston's RAM? Surely it's not Intel's responsibility to make sure they play nice.

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