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PNY Announces New 2GB Gaming Memory Kits

PNY Technologies announced at CES 2007 the upcoming availability of its new XLR8 2GB memory kits, each of which contains two matched 1GB modules fitted with PNY’s new proprietary heat sink design.

PNY Technologies’ XLR8 Gold memory modules have all the memory ICs on one side of the board. This configuration allows for the opposite side of the PCB to be used to attach a massive heat sink that extracts heat from the underside of the ICs through a custom expanded ground plane. Additionally, PNY Technologies’ XLR8 Blue memory uses a similar custom heat sink design that has been adapted for standard two-sided memory modules. Both of these heat sink designs provide improved heat extraction for enhanced reliability and endurance.

All XLR8 models are currently going through the NVIDIA SLI-Ready certification process in PNY’s new internal SLI testing lab, established in partnership with NVIDIA.

All XLR8 memory modules are tested to perform at their rated speeds and timings using a selective qualification process reserved exclusively for XLR8 memory. PNY’s new XLR8 Extra Low Latency Performance Memory includes:

  • 800 MHz PC2-6400 – Modules perform at latency settings of 4-4-4-12 at 2.1 volts; MSRP $329.99
  • 800 MHz PC2-6400 – Modules perform at latency settings of 3-4-4-8 at 2.2 volts; MSRP $499.99
  • 1066 MHz PC2-8500 – Modules perform at latency settings of 5-5-5-15 at 2.2 volts; MSRP $429.99

The modules, available in March through PNY’s worldwide network of reseller, distribution, retail and e-tail partners, also include the company’s lifetime replacement warranty and technical support.

Source: PNY Technologies

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