Mach Xtreme Tries Selling Street Cred with Urban Series DDR3 Modules

Paul Lilly

If Ali G had any interest in owning a computer, we'd be willing to bet ten pounds of bling he'd insist on Mach Xtreme's new Urban Series DDR3 DRAM , if not for his PC than at least fashioned into some sort of jewelry. These funky looking modules sport regular sized heatsinks with graffiti style graphics, and if you're into that sort of thing, this will probably be the coolest memory you've ever seen.

Mach Xtreme's Urban Series ship as 4GB modules, either individually or part of an 8GB dual-channel kit. They're rated at 1333MHz at 1.5V with 9-9-9-27 timings.

Getting back to the graffiti style heatsink, Mach Xtreme claims it's made of "specially imported top grade Japanese aluminum," as opposed to, well, we're not entirely sure. Maybe all those RAM kits using non-imported top grade Japanese aluminum that have a tendency to, well, we're not sure of that either. In any event, Mach Xtreme says it hand tests each module, where the benefit is a bit more obvious (less chance of receiving a dud).

No word on price or availability.

Image Credit: Mach Xtreme

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