Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Super Talent Project X DDR3 Includes Native Support for Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP)

San Jose, California – September 17, 2007 -- Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of memory and flash storage solutions, today announced that the company’s new Project X DDR3 memory supports Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP).

Developed by Intel Corporation in partnership with leading system board and memory module makers, the new XMP specification utilizes a reserved sector of the Serial Presence Detect (SPD) on memory modules to store factory configured profiles of memory timing settings. These profiles make it much easier to overclock memory and squeeze incremental performance from the PC. XMP was designed to optimize memory performance with motherboards based on Intel P35 and X38 chipsets.

Super Talent’s Project X DDR3 memory announced last week was designed from the beginning with native support for XMP. Both these Project X kits, shipping now, support XMP:

According to Super Talent Marketing Director, Joe James, “Project X was designed to support XMP from the very start, so every Project X kit we’ve ever shipped already supports XMP.” Mr. James added, “We’re very happy to bring new performance enhancing features like XMP to market through our partnership with Intel. XMP replaces the pain of tweaking every individual memory parameter with the simplicity of selecting a single performance profile to optimize memory timings.”

Project X DDR3 memory is developed in Super Talent’s Silicon Valley Engineering Labs to deliver the highest attainable DDR3 memory performance. Project X memory combines blistering fast clock speeds with aggressively tuned latencies, XMP support and an extreme cooling solution. Project X is the ultimate DDR3 memory for gaming and extreme performance computing. Super Talent will showcase its full range of flash and memory products including Project X at the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) this week in San Francisco.

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