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Old 14-06-10, 10:20 AM
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OC3D Review: Kingston LoVo 1600/1866 1.25v & 1.35v Kit

With more people interested in green hardware, Kingston have thrown their hat into the ring.

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Old 15-06-10, 11:56 AM
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The trouble is NVIDIA (Green) are beaten out in the energy efficiency ring by AMD (Red) meaning a truly energy efficient PC will end up looking more like a Christmas tree than a miniaturised Hulk
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Old 15-06-10, 12:01 PM
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LMAO thats not a bad angle
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Old 15-06-10, 07:33 PM
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ime not a Eco componant Fan,give me a 1500wPSU and 3 480s and a evga sr2 a couple of xenons and see my electric bill
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Old 15-06-10, 09:08 PM
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Xenon? Thats a gas.

All hail the number seaker. Its not all about epeen fella.......
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Old 23-06-10, 06:36 PM
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Nicely done that! Have you looked to compare these against g.skill eco kits? I have all 3 from the range here.. 1600cl7, cl8, cl9. All 1.35v. All very nice kits

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Old 31-08-10, 09:36 AM
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hate to be the sore thumb in all of this. but a reduction of 300mv makes something "green" these days? I would be curious to know the total current draw, based on an amp/watt total....vs. "normal ram"

I don't think a reduction of 300mv and a green heat spreader can really be called "low voltage".....maybe "slightly lower voltage" or "slovo" would have been more appropriate a title (lolz c wut i did thar?)

seriously "green" seems to be the hype marketing term these days, for products that really aren't that different

I do however, applaud them for effort....
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