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Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition modules
Photo: Company [Jun 21, 2011]
Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition modules

Patriot Memory has announced its new G2 series for the next-generation AMD 9-series platforms.

Available at speeds of 1333 MHz to 1600 MHz, the Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition let users pick the perfect speed for their applications. Low and enhanced latencies are available with the Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition for the balance of ultra-fast system responsiveness and overclocking headroom to maximize overall system performance, the vendor said.

Low-profile heatsinks cool the Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition memory modules to provide greater heat dissipation capabilities. The low-profile heatsinks enable systems with the Patriot Memory G2 series, AMD Edition to fit large CPU-coolers.

Patriot expects to start shipping the new modules in June 2011 with capacities of 4GB (2x2GB) and 8GB (2x4GB) in 1333MHz and 1600MHz speeds.

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