Originally designed for server and encoding applications , the advent of single 4GB memory modules has slowly trickled into the enthusiast marketplace. Helping bring this new evolution is Mushkin.
With almost a cult following, Muskin has been tailoring their memory to the needs of both everyday users and enthusiasts for years. With kits like their famous Redline and HP series we have come to expect performance and longevity from this industry leader.
Featured in either dual or triple channel configurations, the new Blackline high destiny 4G DIMMs should tame even the most RAM hungry applications. Mushkin is offering the memory in either dual channel 8GB (2x4GB) or a triple 12GB (3x4GB) kit for LGA1366.
Memory speeds are a modest 1333MHz with 7-7-7-20 timings and power requirements at 1.65v as opposed to the more traditional 1.5v found on the newest of i5 (LGA1156) boards. However, this is only a minor detail when considering the jump in memory capacity Muskin’s Blackline series offers.
Pricing and availability have not yet been announced, but users can expect to pay a hefty premium for high quality memory in this still rare market.