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    April 20, 2006

    Hardcore gamers' and performance-PC builders' lives will be a few bits faster now that Kingston Technology has added low- and ultra-low-latency DDR and DDR-2 memory modules to its HyperX lineup. The 400MHz CL2 DDR modules support latency timings of 2-2-2-5-1, while the 800MHz CL4 DDR-2 sticks support 4-4-4-12-1 timings. The ultra-low-latency 184-pin, 2.7-volt DDR modules are sold as 1GB singles ($139) and 2GB, two-piece kits ($278). Low-latency DDR-2 shoppers can choose 240-pin, 2.0-volt modules in 512MB ($103) or 1GB ($205) capacities, respectively available in 1GB ($197) and 2GB ($393) kits.

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