Perhaps just as interesting as the memory is the motherboard Kingston uses for the overclocking demo. That looks like an NVIDIA nForce reference BIOS to us, complete with a reference to EPP 2.0 (Enhanced Performance Profiles). But to date there are no NVIDIA nForce chipsets available that support DDR3 memory. Based on this video, we guess it's safe to say there's a new DDR3-enabled nForce chipset around the corner, that appears to have one heck of an overclocker-friendly memory controller on-board.
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