Crucial Ships 4GB DDR3-1333 Modules For New Core i5/i7 And AM3 Rigs

Need some more DDR3 RAM for your forthcoming rig? Who doesn't need more RAM, right? If you're on the hunt, Crucial has a new 4GB DDR3-1333MHz DIMM it would like you to take a look at, which are designed to enable 16GB setups within systems with 4 DIMM slots and to performance exceptionally well within 64-bit environments. The unbuffered PC3-10600 modules are available now, and they're engineered to work with the latest chips from Intel and AMD including the Core i7, Core i5 and AMD AM3 CPUs. There's no mention of a price, but we've found Crucial memory to be priced reasonably compared to high-end modules from Kingston and OCZ.

  • 4GB Crucial® DDR3-1333MHz (PC3-10600) unbuffered memory modules available now.
  • New Crucial high-capacity memory modules enable 16GB upgrades for the latest Intel®- and AMD® -based desktop processors.
  • Crucial 4GB DDR3-1333MHz modules enable high-density memory installations for 64-bit operating system performance.

FREMONT, Calif. & GLASGOW, Scotland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lexar Media, a leading global provider of memory products for digital media, today announced the availability of Crucial 4GB DDR3-1333MHz (PC3-10600) non-ECC UDIMM memory modules, enabling power users to max out their systems with 16GB of RAM. These new modules are compatible with the latest generation of Intel and AMD desktop processors – the Intel Core™ i5 and Intel Core i7 processors, as well as the AMD AM3 processors. This latest high-capacity Crucial DDR3 memory enables high-density memory installations that take advantage of 64-bit operating systems, including Microsoft® Windows® 7; less robust 32-bit operating systems only recognize a limited amount of installed RAM.

“Computer technology is constantly evolving, so we're committed to developing and offering a wide variety of Crucial memory products for both PC and Mac® system users. Our new Crucial 4GB DDR3, high-density modules speak to this commitment; these products enable users to take advantage of newer 64-bit operating systems, as well as the latest generation of Intel and AMD processors,” said Jim Jardine, Lexar Media’s senior worldwide product manager.