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Super Talent has unveiled its new DDR3 memory modules that not only offer extremely high clock-speeds, but also feature relatively low latency settings. To create the combination of great clock-speed and aggressive timings, which the firm calls Project X, the well-known memory module supplier had to use its new memory module cooling solution.

Super Talent’s Project X represents the family of most advanced memory modules from the maker. At this point the manufacturer promises that Project X memory combines “blistering fast clock speeds with aggressively tuned latencies”, which is indeed true, as Super Talent’s W1800UX2GP are the first DDR3 PC3-14400 memory modules in the industry that can operate at 1800MHz with CL7 7-7-21 timings at 2.0V voltage stock settings. In addition, SuperTalent offers W1600UX2GP modules that can function at 1600MHz with CL7 6-6-18 latency settings and 1.8V voltage.

“Super Talent has emerged as a leader in extreme performance DDR3 because the company committed considerable engineering resources to DDR3 well ahead of the competition,” a statement by the company reads.

Project X memory modules employ an extreme cooling solution that offers double the surface area and 106% more aluminum mass than standard heat spreaders. With Super Talent’s special thermal adhesive, this cooling solution provides superior heat dissipation that results in a cooler, faster memory device, the company claims.

Project X memory is designed, built and tested in Super Talent’s San Jose, California headquarters, and is backed with a lifetime warranty. These products begin shipping on the 12th of September at street prices of approximately $599 and $559, depending on the speed-bin.

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