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Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Crucial PC3-10600 3GB DDR3

2. Package

Crucial provided us with the retail package of 3GB kit (1GBx3), part number CT3KIT12864BA1339. The product can be bought from Crucial's online store for US $65.99, a rather low price for 3GB memory kit. Note that this early product doesn't offer XMP profiles, so you have to make your own experiments in order to achieve the best possible timings.

The kit comes in the usual Crucial's carton box:

The memory modules are placed in three anti-static packages:

The stickers on its module has several logos on one side with part numbers and ratings.

CPU-Z gives information about the installed modules. The Crucial PC3-10600 3GB kit offers only JEDEC timings for the 444, 519, 593 and 667MHz, all with 1.50V. The maximum memory voltage for the Intel X58 platform is 1.65V so we would be able to get higher and better results with these modules.

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