Super Talent over the weekend unveiled its new Quadra series of overclocked quad-channel DDR3 memory kits aimed at the "extreme enthusiast market." The new kits are validated using Intel's X79 chipset and come in sets of four at 1600MHz or 1866MHz, or you can buy individual sticks to plop in whatever DDR3 platform you happen to be running.
"Gamers and enthusiasts already know about Intel’s i7 3960X 6-core processors and now they are scrambling to find DRAM worthy of their new rig. The Quadra, DDR3 Quad-kits, come in 1600 MHz and 1866 MHz and pairs perfectly with the i7 processors, which now handles 4 channels of memory," Super Talent said. "By fully populating all 8 slots of memory with Super Talent’s 4GB DIMMs, users will experience reduced loading times with all their high-system-requirement programs. Now more time can be spent using a computer than waiting on it."
The kits include:
WQ160UB4G9: 1600MHz single module
WQ160UX16G9: 1600MHz kit of 4 modules
WQ186UB4G9: 1866MHz single module
WQ186UX16G9: 1866MHz kit of 4 modules
Super Talent left out a few specifics, such as latencies, voltage, and price. The sticks are supposed to be available now, though they aren't showing up in retail just yet.