Kingston gets XMP for its DDR3

1,066MHz DDR3 CL5 Kingston SO-DIMMs ready for your laptop...if you have one it'll work in.

Kingston Technology Releases Intel-certified DDR3 XMP SO-DIMMs Kingston

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If you've got a laptop running an Intel Cantiga mobile chipset and want to get the best memory performance from it, Kingston Technology would like you to know about its first XMP-ready HyperX DDR3 SO-DIMMs. The 1,066MHz Kingston ultralow latency (CL5-5-5-15 @ 1.5v) memory kits passed Intel's XMP certification process.

Available as a 4GB pack (2GB by two) at an MSRP of $212, the sticks are preprogrammed with both JEDEC and XMP profiles.

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