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    Talking Keep Fit with Kingston: Win a BIKE Contest!



    Would you like to own this spanking new Kingston Bicycle? Easy! Here's how!

    Post any tips, walkthroughs, information, images, etc on Kingston Products here in this thread, and stand a chance to win this bike. The best post will win this bike. There are 2 bikes to be given away, one here and one in the Keep Fit with Kingston Subforum, so why wait???

    Contest ends on 15th November

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    Example:



    The Kingston Hyper-X KHX11000D3LLK2 DDR3 Memory does 780MHz at CL7-8-8-25 at 1.85v.

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    Kingston Technology Boosts CF Ultimate Card Write Speed to 266X
    Whatever floats your boat...

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    Kingston Hyper-X KHX11000D3LL/1G 1GB DDR3 1375MHz Non-ECC CL7
    When you Are In the LAME side....Be a LAMER

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    Besides looking extremely good in metallic gun metal This is also the world's first whoopping 8GB USB Flash drive that provides 256-bit hardware-based AES encryption. Is Coated with Titanium and is also tested to have blazing read/write speed of up to 24 MB/sec. MPt forgeting that it's 100% waterprove too! Last but not least it is backed by kingston's realiable 5 year warranty!!! Simply impressive.

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    and wow... Contest ends on 15th November.. thats far

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    • Automatic Bad Sector Remapping: Kingston Flash controllers automatically lock out sections with bad memory cells (“bad blocks”) and move the data to other sections (“spare blocks”) to avoid data corruption. During factory formatting (as described in Section 2), spare blocks are set aside on the Flash storage device for remapping bad sectors over time to extend the useful life and reliability of the Flash storage device.

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    Kingston has written the definitive document related to memory and the technology behind it. Everything you ever wanted to know about memory can be found here - The Ultimate Memory Guide.



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    MultiMediaCardmobile (MMCmobile)
    The smaller size, large capacity and dual operating voltage ranges are the perfect match for mobile phones and other portable devices that have limited space and require extended battery life.
    A must use everyday for phone MMC user!
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    Older Kingston Value Ram (KVR) have a lifetime warranty.
    The new ones "just" 5 or 10 years.

    (In Germany and Europe. In other parts of the world perhaps not)

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    Kingston's official specs for these modules are 4-4-4-12 at 800 MHz@2.0v.
    But SPD timings will be 5-5-5-15 667 MHz @ 1.8v.

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    Last edited by jeuda; Sep 16th, 07 at 05:56 AM.


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    Kingston not only the best memory produces but also enhances our life with best memory......."Advanced amateur and professional photographers need reliable Flash memory that can keep up with the most demanding assignment. With speeds up to 266X {ultra-fast transfer rates of 45MB/sec. read, 40MB/sec. write} and capacities up to 8GB the CF Ultimate leads the way in the Kingston CompactFlash range."
    Last edited by spike007; Oct 25th, 07 at 07:51 AM.
    *LiFe iS LiKe a BoX oF cHoCoLaTeS**yOu nEvEr KnOw wAt yOu GoNnA GeT*

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    The 2GB Kingston MicroSD card is the best card

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    Kingston has four factories: Penang, Malaysia, with a manufacturing capacity of 500 thousand memory modules per month; Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, with a manufacturing capacity of 1.7 million memory modules per month; Fountain View, California, USA, with a manufacturing capacity of 800 thousand memory modules per month; and Shanghai, China, with a manufacturing capacity of 2.5 million modules per month.

    Kingston memory modules are exclusively designed on their headquarters, in Fountain View, California, USA. This is the same place where memory chips using Kingston brand are packed, i.e. Kingston buys the wafer from a wafer manufacturer, cuts, packs and marks their own brand on the chips. Kingston also use third-party memory chips, like Hynix and Elpida.

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    With the datatraveller ReadyFlash, i can bring my windows Vista experience to a whole new level. I can take advantage of its ReadyBoost feature, and with write speeds of up to 24mb/s , there is really nothing much more to ask for!

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