October 20, 2011 in Hardware (F)
[prMac.com] San Jose, California - Super Talent Technology, announces a new line of Green-line series lower-power consumption DDR3 memory modules for severs. These new eco-friendly modules feature lower operating voltages, lightweight and smaller form factors which improve cooling while continuing to satisfy the latest JEDEC standards.
Super Talent engineers worked to reduced product height and succeeded with modules that measure 0.72 inches high; a full 39% reduction from a standard size module, yet can deliver speeds at 1600MHz and at 4GB capacities. The short form factor lets the system to run cooler by affording airflow across other components. These design also reduces the Voltage requirements a full 10%, from the traditional 1.5V traditional voltage to the new 1.35 volt standard.
Super Talent offers a wide variety of Green-line DDR3 modules to meet the needs of new and existing server designs. Now is the perfect time to implement this cost cutting module by adding it to or replacing your current DRAM memory. These modules are designed and manufactured in California, USA.
Part number/Density/Speed/Type/Module Config/Component Config/Voltage/Rank/CL/ Height
W160LB4GL9/4GB/1600MHz/Overclocking/512M x 72/256M x 8/1.35V/Dual /9 /0.72"
W160LB4GLS /4GB/1600MHz/JEDEC Standard/512M x 72/256M x 8/1.35V/Dual/11/0.72"
W1600LB4G8/4GB/1600MHz/Overclocking/512M x 72/256M x 8/1.5V/Dual/8/0.72"
W1600LB4G9/4GB/1600MHz/Overclocking/512M x 72/256M x 8/1.5V/Dual/9/0.72"
W1600LB4GS/4GB/1600MHz /JEDEC Standard/512M x 72/256M x 8/1.5V/Dual/11/0.72"
Based in San Jose, California. Super Talent Technology Corporation designs and manufactures a full range of DDR, DDR2, and DDR3 memory modules and Flash based storage devices for computers and consumer electronics. An ISO 9001 certified company, Super Talent utilizes its state-of-the-art factories and leading-edge components to produce award winning products with outstanding reliability. Super Talent is an active member of the JEDEC and ONFI standards bodies. With over 250 patents, the company was ranked 38th in the 2009 Wall Street Journal's Patent Scorecard(TM) for the IT industry.