TakeMS Triple Channel DDR3 1333MHz 3GB Kit
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Whenever there is a change in processor technology memory technology tags along. That being said this time over not only did we go from DDR2 technology to DDR3 ( C2D had DDR3 in the end as well ) but we also went from the normal 2.1v found in previous DDR3 kits to 1.5v which is used by the new Triple Channel memory kits found in the new Intel X58 mainboards. Intel knows not only how to promote and push its own technologies into the world, but also how to push the market forward since a vast number of companies have already joined the triple channel kit race for Core i7. After the Walton Chaintech Apogee GT Triple-Channel 6GB kit today we are adding another to the list of triple channel kits this time manufactured by TakeMS a company that has been making memory modules for a long time now.
TakeMS was founded in March 2002 and almost 6 years later they have advanced a lot by winning many races and being certified with countless national and international awards. TakeMS managed to sell over 5 million products in more than 45 countries until July 2006 when they became an independent company. Since then their products have been of the highest standards in quality and price/performance ratio in more than 50 countries and at the same time their customer support is flawless. These are all virtues that their customers have learned to trust and respect. Their current range of products includes memory kits, flash memories, multimedia players, external hard drives, digital picture frames, accesories and GPS navigation systems.
The TakeMS product on the table today is a Triple Channel 3GB DDR3 Kit that has a rated speed of 1333MHz. Just like all of the previous TakeMS Solutions the high quality of this kit is assured. The only real question is whether or not this kit will prove to be a good performer or not. Of course the test will be done on an X58 system and we will push it to the max of its capabilities to see exactly how much can the average gamer or enthusiast gain by overclocking it.