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February 23, 2007

Offering higher speeds with lower power draw, Kingston Technology Co. has introduced 2GB modules and 4GB dual-channel kits of its 800MHz DDR-2 low-latency memory. The newest modules in Kingston's HyperX product line are DDR-2/800 CL4-4-4-12 parts at 2.0 volts, with CAS latency of 4. Prices range from $80 for a single 512MB module to $154 for a 1GB and $250 for a 2GB stick; 2GB matched-pair kits are $308 while 4GB kits cost $500.

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