Tuesday, April 13th 2010

G.Skill Releases World's Fastest Memory, Trident 2500 MHz DDR3 Dual-Channel Kit

G.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and high performance solid-state storage, today announced it has created the ultimate extreme performance dual channel DDR3 2GB x2 memory kit, rated at 2,500MHz CL9-11-9-28 at only 1.65V, which is specifically designed for Intel Core-i7 860 & 870 processors and in co-operation with ASUS, the leading manufacturer of high performance motherboard. This DDR3 2,500MHZ kit has passed numerous strict tests on ASUS P7P55D-E Deluxe and P7P55D-E EVO motherboards and will join our high performance Trident family.

Following on from its launch of groundbreaking DDR3 2,400MHz memory kit in January 2010, G.Skill has been continually working to develop the ultimate high performance memory in order to satisfy the demands of top overclockers and PC enthusiasts’ worldwide. DDR3 2,500 MHz pushes the hardware limit even further than ever and to guarantee its operation, G.Skill has partnered with ASUS, the leading performance motherboard manufacturer, to break all the technology bottlenecks while maintaining the perfect stability, which is critical to ASUS and G.Skill engineering.

“G.Skill is dedicated to continuously developing the best performance memory modules on the market, to satisfy the demands of extreme overclockers and gamers. We are proud of the continual milestones we are still setting in the memory industry, and we believe the collaboration with ASUS brings the best technology synergy for future product development.” commented Tony Chou, senior R&D manager at G.Skill.

“As the global motherboard leaders, we’ve developed quite a few innovations that are now industry standards. We did this on the best designed, best performing motherboards around, with the highest compatibility, guaranteed. Working with G.Skill to achieve this new extreme-frequency, Dual-Channel DDR3-2500, is part of this tradition, and we’re very happy to be involved”, said Che-Wei Lin, General Manager of the ASUS Motherboard Business Unit.
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11 Comments on G.Skill Releases World's Fastest Memory, Trident 2500 MHz DDR3 Dual-Channel Kit

#1
LAN_deRf_HA
This seems a little mismatched. Fastest ram on the market for the second fastest platform?
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#2
Rakesh95
by: LAN_deRf_HA
This seems a little mismatched. Fastest ram on the market for the second fastest platform?
your right dude kinda odd
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#3
Easo
I thought why the hell there is not the usual marketing, which would mean 980X...
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#5
Hayder_Master
expecting price, i think it's between 200$-250$
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#6
EarlZ
$250 bucks for 2,500Mhz module.. DDR3 prices are dropping quite nicely :toast:
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#7
overclocking101
the P55 series was made to handle faster ram than X58 its a known fact, hence why intel original spec was ddr3 1066 for 1366 and ddr3 1333 for 1156.
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Paulieg
The Mad Moderator
by: LAN_deRf_HA
This seems a little mismatched. Fastest ram on the market for the second fastest platform?
Yeah, all of the fastest kits are only 2x2GB. What I did a couple of months ago was split 3 2x2GB sets of Geil 2133 sticks with a friend. It worked out to $185 a piece for 6GB.
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#9
erocker
by: overclocking101
the P55 series was made to handle faster ram than X58 its a known fact, hence why intel original spec was ddr3 1066 for 1366 and ddr3 1333 for 1156.
Plus, add a third stick and you have RAM for an X58. I would fully expect G.Skill to sell a triple kit of these. You can always run dual channel on your X58's too.
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#10
runnin17
wow, those timings suck balls!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#11
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Not for the speeds they don't suck. I mean, there have been some lowers one offered, but the price has been well above 300 or 400 bucks for them. I wonder if my Tridents can hit 1866??
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