Wednesday, June 6th 2012

G.SKILL Showcasing "Largest & Fastest" DDR3 Memory at 2012 Computex

G.SKILL – manufacturer of world leading high performance memory and SSD, debuts the largest memory computer system that runs a total of 96GB (8GBx 12) RipjawsZ DDR3 1600MHz kit on the latest EVGA SR-X motherboard at Computex 2012.

G.SKILL also displays the fastest memory of G.SKILL’s TridentX which achieved the amazing speed over DDR3 3000MHz CL11 16GB (4GBx4) on both ASUS Z77 MAXIMUS V FORMULA and GIGABYTE Z77A-UD5 motherboards.
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13 Comments on G.SKILL Showcasing "Largest & Fastest" DDR3 Memory at 2012 Computex

#1
Protagonist
Damnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 96GB, i wish it was my rig, that's all i can say...

What is 96GB 1600 used for? I don't know but i want
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#2
lyndonguitar
I play games
WTF. almost as big as a typical SSD drive
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#3
hhumas
wtf ................
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#4
radrok
by: st.bone
Damnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 96GB, i wish it was my rig, that's all i can say...

What is 96GB 1600 used for? I don't know but i want
Ramdrive, that's what I'd do with such high amount of RAM space
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#6
lyndonguitar
I play games
They need to make rams into a save-able drive where it doesnt get deleted once you turn the system off. 1 sec boot lol
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#7
OneCool
DDR3 3000MHz CL11 16GB
I knew it.
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#8
hellrazor
by: btarunr
the largest memory computer system that runs a total of 96GB
I could have sworn that John Carmack was talking about how he built a computer that had 192 GB. I think he said it cost $5000 or something.

Must have been at Quakecon or something...
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#9
Steven B
yea i saw this booth and all the good stuff, great show from g.skill!!!! The fact that they represented all motherboard makers who wanted to, shows a lot.
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#10
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: Steven B
yea i saw this booth and all the good stuff, great show from g.skill!!!! The fact that they represented all motherboard makers who wanted to, shows a lot.
THat's exactly what i told them several weeks ago...the fact that they are on nearly every board maker's QVL lists means that I feel very confident in recommending them to end users. Then, when you add in that they are widely available in nearly every model, anywhere around the globe, G.Skill has become THE dominant Enthusiast memory force in the industry. They also tend to have new sticks out long before anyone else.
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#11
Morgoth
by: lyndonguitar
They need to make rams into a save-able drive where it doesnt get deleted once you turn the system off. 1 sec boot lol
there are profesional ram drive software that have all these kind of options
save every x min load on boot, save at shutdown ect
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