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Kingston 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 1600MHz HyperX Memory Kit 1.65V non-ECC CL9 DELIVERED @ ebuyer.com
Kingston 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 1600MHz HyperX Memory Kit 1.65V non-ECC CL9 DELIVERED @ ebuyer.com

Kingston 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 1600MHz HyperX Memory Kit 1.65V non-ECC CL9 DELIVERED @ ebuyer.com

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Specification
Storage Capacity 6 GB : 3 x 2 GB
Upgrade Type Generic

Memory
Type DRAM
Technology DDR3 SDRAM
Form Factor DIMM 240-pin
Module Height (inch) 1.18
Memory Speed 1600 MHz ( PC3-12800 )
Latency Timings CL9 ( 9-9-9-27 )
Data Integrity Check Non-ECC
RAM Features Eight banks, On-Die Termination (ODT), Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP), triple channel , unbuffered
Module Configuration 256 x 64
Chips Organization 128 x 8
Supply Voltage 1.65 V
Lead Plating Gold

Expansion / Connectivity
Compatible Slots 3 x memory - DIMM 240-pin

Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support Limited lifetime warranty

14 Comments

Cheap cheap cheap if you need 6GB

Nice.

can always count on you DownHill

might not work in the LGA 2011 chipset coming in Q4 which support quad channel memory as it will likely have a recommended max safe voltage of 1.5v that sandy bridge has. People should be looking for 1.5v ddr3 now which will futureproof themselves if they want to upgrade over the next few years.

Original Poster

David Gill

can always count on you DownHill


Wish you were right. LOL
Thanks

Original Poster

hajj_3

might not work in the LGA 2011 chipset coming in Q4 which support quad … might not work in the LGA 2011 chipset coming in Q4 which support quad channel memory as it will likely have a recommended max safe voltage of 1.5v that sandy bridge has. People should be looking for 1.5v ddr3 now which will futureproof themselves if they want to upgrade over the next few years.


I guess you are right, but this is more like super tight budget option. It might be easier to sell complete pc than parts separately(who knows). So with new board comes new CPU, RAMs,VGA......

quick question guys:

will i notice a difference between 4gb of ddr3 1333mhz and this 6gb 1600mhz?

just normal computer use, hd video playback, alot of unraring etc

I have this kit, its excellent, sound choice and ace price. wish I could have paid that for it 6 months ago!

Original Poster

yus786

quick question guys:will i notice a difference between 4gb of ddr3 … quick question guys:will i notice a difference between 4gb of ddr3 1333mhz and this 6gb 1600mhz?just normal computer use, hd video playback, alot of unraring etc


Not really unless your board support triple channel. 4GB is decent amount of ram.
If you have motherboard with triple channel and want to spend some money this is really good price.

Original Poster

metal_gear

I have this kit, its excellent, sound choice and ace price. wish I could … I have this kit, its excellent, sound choice and ace price. wish I could have paid that for it 6 months ago!


So how much you paid before?

nice!!!

I paid about £100 more for 6Gb of Crucial Ballistix Tracer - CL8 about 7 months ago :-|

Edit: just checked and thats still around £80 cheapest, so not quite as bad lol
Edited by: "Soulreape" 19th Jan 2011

Coming down in price nicely. It is just a shame that most deals are for triple channel memory. If I had spent so much money on a premium intel CPU, I would go for higher density memory (3*4 GB or so).

Paid £127 for this from ebuyer last June, and that was a good price back then!

Good quality RAM. You'll probably need to up the voltage to 1.65v to get it stable @ 1600mhz though (thought I could get away with lowering the voltage a bit but it crashed out in a game after a few hours). Should get it to run at around 8-9-8 1T at that speed too. It supports XMP so if your motherboard has the ability to choose this option (most of them do now) you'll be able to set it up to run at full speed pretty much automatically.
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