Tuesday, January 5th 2010

G.Skill Releases its Ultimate DDR3 Memory Modules

G.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and high performance solid-state storage, has today released its ultimate DDR3 memory kit. At 2400 MHz CL9 and 2000 MHz CL6, these ultra high frequency memory modules are available in standard 4GB (2GBx2) memory kits and are specifically tailored for Intel’s P55 chipset and LGA-1156 CPUs.

The 2,400MHz CL9 memory modules are the fastest commercially available memory product in the world, allowing overclocking enthusiasts to reach unprecedented levels of performance to achieve the ultimate PC. In addition, G.Skill has also announced a series of ultra low latency DDR3 2,000MHz memory kits, including an extreme CL6, followed by CL7, CL8 and CL9, which perfectly match current Intel Core i5 750 and Core i7 860, 870 CPUs.

To ensure reliability with performance, G.Skill has worked with performance mainboard companies to ensure the best stability and compatibility. All new G.Skill memory modules require the latest mainboard BIOS version for best results, and the compatible mainboard list is shown on product section in G.Skill’s official website.

The upcoming specs are listed in the following from:
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35 Comments on G.Skill Releases its Ultimate DDR3 Memory Modules

#1
MRCL
At first I was like "wtf is that thing?". And now, I am still like "wtf is that thing?".
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#2
cadaveca
My name is Dave
OH MY GAWD!!! 2000mhz, 6-6-6?

:eek:




:pimp:
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#3
ChiSox
No AMD Compatibility?
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#4
Delta6326
Price? and thats fast but on the chart it don't say 6-6-6
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#5
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: MRCL
At first I was like "wtf is that thing?". And now, I am still like "wtf is that thing?".
something like this




I can't wait to play with them! Wait.. I got it.. But I want 6-9-6 and not 7-10-10.. :roll:
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#7
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: Delta6326
Price? and thats fast but on the chart it don't say 6-6-6
Typo on my part, damn keypad! :laugh:

:slap:
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#8
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: ChiSox
That Unidentified Cooling Object is included??

How much did you pay??
$179 at newegg.

But, it is made for i7 only, and you have to make sure the board will support it. If it doesn't it won't be so good..
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#9
yogurt_21
if it's for i7 only then why doesn't it come in 3 sticks? why 2? or do they expect you to buy 3 sets?
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#10
EastCoasthandle
To be able to do 6-9-6-24 24/7 at DDR3 2000 would be more then enough for me. I can't seem to find any information on what motherboard(s) this was achieved on.
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#11
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: yogurt_21
if it's for i7 only then why doesn't it come in 3 sticks? why 2? or do they expect you to buy 3 sets?
Because i7 chips are made for p55 set ups as well as x58.



by: EastCoasthandle
To be able to do 6-9-6-24 24/7 at DDR3 2000 would be more then enough for me. I can't seem to find any information on what motherboard(s) this was achieved on.
We'll probably see more stuff come after CES. This is the best I have for my 2200mhz ram <----- Specs are what I'm using

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#12
Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
these use the same chips that come on the Gskill ECO sticks.

some form of elpida's i think.
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#13
HookeyStreet
Eat, sleep, game!
Thats some sexy fucking RAM.....Ive always loved GSkill :rockout:
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#15
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: t77snapshot
That cooler looks huge and silly too me.:wtf: but the ram itself is sweet juicy goodness.;)
I can't tell you yet how good the fan is. I use two fans on my Thor's Hammer, so I can't use the cooler yet. Now, in a few days, that's a different story. ;)

better shots.



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#16
3volvedcombat
Isnt 2400Mhz Gskils, now faster then Corsair GTX's. Fastest Ram to be sold at the moment?
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#17
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: 3volvedcombat
Isnt 2400Mhz Gskils, now faster then Corsair GTX's. Fastest Ram to be sold at the moment?
Corsair has a 2400mhz stick out right now.. But, that's only 2gbs.. if you want 4gbs.. that's $400...
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#18
LAN_deRf_HA
6-9-6-24 @2000 might be faster overall than the 2400mhz kit. With any luck cheaper, and more likely to find a motherboard that can support 12 GBs of it. That's the difference between doing your research and just blowing money.
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#19
Hunt3r
If the spear Gskill 2400Mhz memory because Asus does platform for AMD Socket soporte that this is for Intel that makes it so that I can not understand ..
They are more beautiful .. sometimes the Asus amaze me with these things ..
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#20
evillman
Highest RAM Frequency Reached :
Nº 1 : Blue Ant reached 1729.8 MHz with 2048 MB of G.Skill Memory [Details]
MB : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55-UD6 (Intel DMI Host Bridge rev 11) - CPU : Intel Core i7 870 @ 2594.71 MHz
Nº 2 : Bromtoners reached 1727.1 MHz with 2048 MB of G.Skill Memory [Details]
MB : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55-UD6 (Intel DMI Host Bridge rev 11) - CPU : Intel Core i7 870 @ 2590.6 MHz
Nº 3 : BKnight999 reached 1718.8 MHz with 2048 MB of G.Skill Memory [Details]
MB : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55-UD6 (Intel DMI Host Bridge rev 11) - CPU : Intel Core i7 870 @ 2578.18 MHz

From: http://valid.canardpc.com/records.php



I would like to know what modules they're using.
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#21
Mescalamba
Thats really crazy speed.. tough, high-end CPU and mobo needed to make them work.. and almost impossible on X58 platform.. Im half regreting that I have X58. :D
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#22
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Man bad ass and I like that fan. sucks this isnt for AMD though if it is specifically engineered for INtel, wonder if you could put it in an AMD board.
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#23
Hunt3r
by: WarEagleAU
Man bad ass and I like that fan. sucks this isnt for AMD though if it is specifically engineered for INtel, wonder if you could put it in an AMD board.
It would be nice to design for AMD also
;)
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#24
PP Mguire
by: ChiSox
No AMD Compatibility?
No, because AMD cant run a RAM frequency this high.

by: Cold Storm
something like this

http://img.techpowerup.org/100105/DSCN2841.jpg


I can't wait to play with them! Wait.. I got it.. But I want 6-9-6 and not 7-10-10.. :roll:
I hate you :D

by: evillman
Highest RAM Frequency Reached :
Nº 1 : Blue Ant reached 1729.8 MHz with 2048 MB of G.Skill Memory [Details]
MB : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55-UD6 (Intel DMI Host Bridge rev 11) - CPU : Intel Core i7 870 @ 2594.71 MHz
Nº 2 : Bromtoners reached 1727.1 MHz with 2048 MB of G.Skill Memory [Details]
MB : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55-UD6 (Intel DMI Host Bridge rev 11) - CPU : Intel Core i7 870 @ 2590.6 MHz
Nº 3 : BKnight999 reached 1718.8 MHz with 2048 MB of G.Skill Memory [Details]
MB : Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. P55-UD6 (Intel DMI Host Bridge rev 11) - CPU : Intel Core i7 870 @ 2578.18 MHz

From: http://valid.canardpc.com/records.php



I would like to know what modules they're using.
Probably old or just run using stock clocks. I can run 2000mhz with XMP no problem and ive reached 2200 before.
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#25
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: PP Mguire

I hate you :D
Yeah, but I need to grab a 860/870 for the best stuff! Might give it a try tomorrow to see how high these babies can go!
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