PNY 4GB & 8GB Optima DDR3 Memory Kits

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Old 22-Nov-2010
PNY 4GB & 8GB Optima DDR3 Memory Kits

Memory Manufacturer PNY celebrating their 25th anniversary this year and they are adding Optima series of memory modules to their lineup.
These new memory modules comes in 8GB (2 x 4GB) dual channel DDR3 memory kit and the 4GB(2x2GB) DDR3 memory module are both available in a desktop edition running at 1333MHz and a notebook edition running 1066MHz operating speeds.
The notebook modules are an excellent upgrade for Apple Mac products, such as the MacBook Pro, and Windows 7 based notebooks boasting DDR3 memory.
DDR3 has become the sought after memory for consumers and we’re excited to add these new options to our product line,” as quoted byNicholas Mauro, senior marketing manager, PC components for PNY. “The 8GB kit is now the highest capacity memory in our line-up and also the ideal upgrade for Windows 7 and Mac users, so we’re able to reach a broad range of consumers seeking to upgrade their desktop or notebook, whether for mainstream gaming, photo/video editing, media PC, or everyday use.”
That might be just the news but the real deal is about to start. With the purchase of PNY Optima memory DDR3 memory modules the buyer will receive a bonus full-length movie download from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Buyers will have their own choice of over 35 movie titles from a selection of genres including Action/Adventure, Drama, Comedy, Romance, Sports, and Family.

The bonus Sony movie downloads include few of the blockbuster hits such as The Da Vinci Code, Hitch, Big Daddy, As Good As It Gets, 21 and S.W.A.T etc.

Now they are priced at $70 and $130 through PNY website as well as the leading e-tailers, respectively for the notebook and desktop and comes with a lifetime warranty and the new movie bundle with Sony is just icing on the cake.

Old 22-Nov-2010
Re: PNY 4GB & 8GB Optima DDR3 Memory Kits

I think u can get upto 2200mhz DDR3 Ram these days and most of the newer motherboards support that.

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