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Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Supertalent PC3-1600 CL7

2. Retail package

SuperTalent provided us with the retail package of the W1600UX2G7 (2x1GB). The retail price is around $450. The retail kit is what we are used to when buying dual channel memory kits, just the two modules packaged in a protective plastic shell.

Removing the memory modules and taking a closer look, we have on the black cast aluminum heat spreaders, the "SuperTalent" logo, while on the reverse side is a sticker with the part number, capacity, and timing details.

The SuperTalent W1600UX2G7 has been designed to work at DDR3-1600 with CL7, making it one of the fastest ever DDR3 memory products:

After installing the memory in our system, we used CPU-Z to see full details. The embedded SPD info on the Micro DDR3 chipset, only has settings for 457MHz and 533MHz and at "only" 1.5V:




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