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CeBIT : Chaintech Apogee to use Elpida Chips

We had a talk with the guys over at Chaintech and more details about the Chaintech Apogee Enthusiast RAMs were revealed to us; the Apogee will be using Elpida chips and will be released in 1000Mhz and 1066Mhz CL5 variants, and it will be quite impossible to run these RAMs at CL4 and below or anything above 1100Mhz. However, the RAMs runs pretty cool at around 40 degrees even in an enclosure without ventilation and will only require low volts to run at the stipulated speeds.

We had a talk with the guys over at Chaintech and more details about the Chaintech Apogee Enthusiast RAMs were revealed to us; the Apogee will be using Elpida chips and will be released in 1000Mhz and 1066Mhz CL5 variants, and it will be quite impossible to run these RAMs at CL4 and below or anything above 1100Mhz. However, the RAMs runs pretty cool at around 40 degrees even in an enclosure without ventilation and will only require low volts to run at the stipulated speeds.

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