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SuperTalent Technology, a leading maker of high-speed memory modules, on Monday unveiled so far the world’s highest-speed DDR3 products. The new module kits compliments already broadly available families of extreme-performance DDR3 memory from various makers.

SuperTalent’s W1866UX2G8 dual-channel kit can operate at up to 1866MHz with CL8 8-8-24 latency settings and 1.9V voltage. Based on specifications, the memory module supplier can claim the world’s highest-performance 2GB memory kit, which boasts with extreme clock-speed as well as relatively low timings. This kit comes equipped with Super Talent's black cast aluminum heat-sinks and is backed with a lifetime warranty.

“We’re applying vast engineering resources to drive DDR3 performance to higher levels. This low latency 1866MHz kit is the result of exhaustive testing and sorting of components, and this product stands without rival as the fastest DDR3 memory in the world. This product follows on the heels of Super Talent’s very popular DDR3-1600 CL7 kit. Our DDR3 strategy is to be first to market with industry standard speed grades –  1333, 1600, and 1866 – and to optimize performance by supporting the lowest possible latencies,” said Joe James, marketing director of SuperTalent.

Besides launching 1866MHz (PC3-14900) DDR3 memory modules, SuperTalent also promised to make available 2133MHz modules with CL9 latency later this year.

This product begins shipping today. Street price on the W1866UX2G8 will be approximately $625, the company indicated.

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