Who ever said you needed to compromise between memory density and speed? Defying convention somewhat, Super Talent has announced the release of a new dual-channel DDR3 memory kit that packs 4GB of RAM capable of operating at a blistering 1800MHz.
The kit is part of the Project X lineup, and it's rated for operation with 8-8-8-24 timings at a voltage setting of 1.9V. Just like the cheap 4GB DDR2 kits we've seen around online stores lately, the W1800UX4GP is made up of 2GB modules. Unlike those cheap DDR2 offerings, though, Super Talent's new kit is launching at a very pricey $499.
Super Talent also offers other Project X kits that have densities of 2GB to 4GB and are rated for speeds of 1600MHz to 2000MHz. According to the pictures and descriptions on the company's website, all Project X DIMMs are cooled with finned heat spreaders that extend above the module to increase surface area.
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