Patriot Memory Sector 5 Dual Channel DDR3 Exists! Eric Garay August 27, 2009 Press Release Remember the secret government office Sector 7 in Transformers? If not, it’s probably because you got Megan Fox on the brain hovering over the engine bay of a Camaro. Well, we can confirm that Sector 7 is indeed a figment of someone’s imagination. However, we have confirmed that Sector 5 is real! Futurelooks recently brought you some news from the forefront about Intel and GIGABYTE preparing for the upcoming Lynnfield and P55 motherboard launch. Since the new platform returns to using very capable Dual Channel memory, many a memory vendor have also been preparing to launch Lynnfield compatible DDR3 memory modules. This includes the good people at Patriot Memory who are said to be on schedule for the Sept 8th launch with their new Sector 5 series which plays off the Core i5 moniker. Sector 5 isn’t a memory kit that transforms into anything itself, but it is designed to transform your P55 system in to a new machine. With the new series boasting 2000 MHz stock frequencies, we can expect excellent memory bandwidth as well as better overclocking. The Sector 5 2000 MHz DDR3 Dual Channel Memory (pictured above) sports some low 8-8-8-24 memory timings requiring only 1.65 Volts to power available 2GB and 4GB kits. Though the actual existence of these modules was known since the middle of the month, these specs weren’t available until now. The news doesn’t stop there. An industry official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said that memory frequencies of 2133 MHz are easily within reach with advanced research topping 2400 MHz. Could this all be a prelude of things to come? We believe so. Stay tuned as we work to track down some live photos and footage. Share This With The World!