Tuesday, October 19th 2010

Super Talent Announces First 24 GB DDR3-2000 MHz Triple-Channel Memory Kit

Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced it is currently manufacturing the world’s first 24GB triple channel DDR3 running at 2000MHz. Usually overclocking comes at the cost of capacity. Most over-clocked modules are only available in small capacities and require that you only “half-load” the DRAM bus. This new large capacity kit enables you to “fully load” the DRAM bus.

Super Talent’s new 24GB triple channel kit enables a fully loaded configuration consisting of a Kit of 6 (4GB) modules in 6 slots (DDR3-2000-CL9) at 1.65V. Super Talent’s has once again moved beyond industry limitations and produced a DDR3 capable of overclocking to an incredible 2000 MHz.

Ideal for today’s extreme gaming and creative professional applications alike, Super Talent’s new 24GB DDR3 (third generation; double-data rate) kit will enable these extreme enthusiasts to remove the memory bottleneck without sacrificing capacity. “As memory technology continues to move forward Super Talent will continue to push the limits of what is possible and deliver the fastest solutions available.” – SuperTalent COO, CH Lee.

Our new 24GB DDR3 was tested on an ASUS motherboard; Rampage III Extreme with an Intel Core i7-980X processor.

Kit Part Number: WB200T24G9
Availability: Shipping Now.
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6 Comments on Super Talent Announces First 24 GB DDR3-2000 MHz Triple-Channel Memory Kit

#1
buggalugs
Wow, thats impressive if it actually works. Its not easy to get 12 GBs running at 2000Mhz especially with 2 Dimms per channel.
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Yukikaze
by: buggalugs
Wow, thats impressive if it actually works. Its not easy to get 12 GBs running at 2000Mhz especially with 2 Dimms per channel.
It also depends a lot on the CPU's memory controller. Granted, I haven't tweaked it as much as I could (because the change in performance is not worth the effor), but I can barely run my six 2GB sticks of RAM at their rated 1600Mhz on my DFI X58 with my i7 975.
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#3
ebolamonkey3
Err... I don't even want to know the price.



Actually what is it?
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#4
buggalugs
by: Yukikaze
It also depends a lot on the CPU's memory controller. Granted, I haven't tweaked it as much as I could (because the change in performance is not worth the effor), but I can barely run my six 2GB sticks of RAM at their rated 1600Mhz on my DFI X58 with my i7 975.
Ya, i think users will need a 980X to make it work so the bclk is not tied to the memory controller.
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#5
Lubna
I doubt that works on a MSI XPOWER BIG BANG
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