Thursday, November 12th 2009

G.Skill Releases the World’s Fastest DDR3 2200 CL7 Memory Modules

G.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and solid-state storage with solid quality, has today released the world’s fastest DRAM modules rated at a groundbreaking DDR3 2200 CL7-10-10-28 1.65V 4GB (2GBx2), and specially tuned for Intel Lynnfield Core i7 870, 860 processors.

Furnished with the brand new design PI series heatspreader, these modules once again represent G.Skill’s commitment to pushing the boundaries and providing overclocking enthusiasts and extreme gamers with the best DRAM modules for breaking overclocking world records. The kits will be sold with G.Skill’s Turbulence memory fan to decrease the system temperatures and provide further overclocking headroom during tweaking.

The 2200 CL7 PI series kits will be available at G.Skill’s collaborated distribution partners immediately with affordable price. All G.Skill’s computer memory products come with life-time warranty and G.Skill’s FAE team is always ready to provide consumers complete technical support via online forums, telephone and email.
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20 Comments on G.Skill Releases the World’s Fastest DDR3 2200 CL7 Memory Modules

#1
t77snapshot
A+ to G.skills :toast:

I wonder how well they overclock considering the stock speed is 2200? We need some reviews!
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#2
Jstn7477
These sound much better than my PC3-12800 9-9-9-24 1.6v G.Skill sticks. Do want!

Wonder what timings these babies will do at 1600MHz. :)
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#3
LAN_deRf_HA
There's been at least 3 kits on newegg to run at those speeds but at 8-8-8-24. Not sure "groundbreaking" is really accurate.
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DanishDevil
by: LAN_deRf_HA
There's been at least 3 kits on newegg to run at those speeds but at 8-8-8-24. Not sure "groundbreaking" is really accurate.
At 1.65V though? This is impressive, because that's the max recommended for i5 and i7 processors.
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#6
Cold Storm
Battosai
I Want!! I want them so bad... I'm going to w3t myself!!!! I thought my Tridents where sweet at 8-7-7-21... But that's just sweet!!!
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#7
LAN_deRf_HA
by: DanishDevil
At 1.65V though? This is impressive, because that's the max recommended for i5 and i7 processors.
Of course at 1.65v, don't think memory that's specified above 1.65 is even produced anymore.
Here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820609499

This ram is made pretty much entirely to fool newegg customers and the like. Sort by 2200, then sort by lowest CAS, which is always listed according to the first number. In this case a 7, but the rest of the numbers suck.
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#8
DanishDevil
Well you have to remember that 99% of press releases stretch the truth a bit. I personally think those speeds at that CAS and volts is very impressive. Maybe not groundbreaking to you, but groundbreaking to all those/us memory loving techies :)
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I Agree Cold Storm, I love my tridents and I can easily get those over 1800mhz, but man I wish these were out when I grabbed them, as I would have spent a few jacksons more for these babies replete with fan!!!!
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#10
The Nemesis
I picked up these from newegg when first released. They are hard to find now but do DDR3-2300 at stock timing and volts easy. Mine topped out at DDR3-2358 with 1.69v cas 8 I'll try these 7-10-10-X and see where they end up.
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#11
TheLaughingMan
And so the pissing contest with the Hercules modules begins. G.skills has answered first and I expect Geil and Crucial to be next. They always did like bragging about clock speed.
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#12
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
omfg i do want i think ill get a few kits if they come in 6GB or end up makeing them in 6GB kits then ill get 12 it will be ludicrous
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#13
Mescalamba
Considering how much VTT you will need to run Uncore that high (I´m not 100% sure but uncore must be 2x mem clock, right? :) I have i7 not i5, haven´t studied i5 OC ) .. it doesn´t matter much if you have this ram or another with quality IC´s, cause high uncore volts allows you use higher vDIMM. Eg. even my crappy 1333 CL9 can run that speed (probably not at CL7, but I got 2133 CL9). Tough, my crappy is D9KPT. :D

Plus I don´t think that normal buyers have such good knowledge about OC to get this ram to nominal speed (that needs hm.. bclock at 220, if I´m correct? definetly not low..).

Nice PR stuff.. much less usefull as real memory.. tough, if it scales with voltage, it can be pretty interesting..
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#14
KieranD
you still get ram that is designed for AMD with tight timing high voltages that speed and timings is great but id rather have lower timings for my system but its a system to system thing
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#15
MK4512
Holy cr*p! what a speed! Nice for all the Intel overclockers out there...
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#16
Hayder_Master
2200 CL7 this is great , and how much the price of these
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#17
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: hayder.master
2200 CL7 this is great , and how much the price of these
$199 at newegg.

You know how I know??


Because:


Their sitting in my system




Now, just gotta wait for me to be able to play more with them! :rockout:
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#18
Mescalamba
I´m pretty sure they can do better timings than this on 2GHz.. If its able to do this at 2.2, it should be at least 7-8-8-8-24/28 if not better.. I guess they are some high binned Elpida Hypers.
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#19
Cold Storm
Battosai
All I had time for last night was to pop them in. Working a 16h day, so I'm not going to fiddle around with timmings before I fell asleep.. Ocing while tired isn't a great thing to do.
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#20
pantherx12
I do my best OC when extremely tired : ]

Love the ram cooler, nice to see a big ol fan !
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