Sunday, June 2nd 2013

G.Skill Introduces TridentX DDR3-3000 MHz 32 GB Kit

G.SKILL International Co. Ltd., the worldwide leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, is pleased to announce the fastest, new DDR3 Memory Kit, "DDR3 3000MHz 32GB(4x8GB)"; it is the latest addition to the TridentX Series designed for the latest 4th Gen Intel Core Processors and Z87 system.

G.SKILL presents the ultimate speed of DDR3 3000 MHz C12 with up to 32GB (4x8GB) ultra high capacity. The following screen shows the kit passing Memtest pro with the low voltage of 1.65v, this was achieved using an Intel 4770K processor and the ASUS Maximus VI Extreme.

In line with the ultimate DDR3 3000MHz 32GB kit, G.SKILL also announces a series of ultra high speed memory designed for Intel Haswell CPUs and Z87 motherboards. The following chart shows the detailed specifications of the new kits. The new G.SKILL TridentX kits come with the latest Intel XMP standard developed for the 4th Gen Intel Core Processor & Z87 platform. It provides PC enthusiasts a trouble free overclocking experience to boost their systems for extreme levels of performance, while retaining system stability.
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5 Comments on G.Skill Introduces TridentX DDR3-3000 MHz 32 GB Kit

#1
Prima.Vera
We need a review of ALL tohse RAMs starting with 2666. Please.
Also can those be installed of Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge mobos?
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#2
Baum
yeah i want some on my asrock Z77 extreme 4

:-P

Does any of the "old" Z77 or socket 1150 systems run with these, heck even 2133 would be crazy
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#3
cadaveca
My name is Dave
DO WANT!!!


Must get other kit reviewed first though....:banghead:

I've got the 2933 8 GB kit for review, will get to it as soon as I get a board that supports it properly...which should happen soon.

by: Baum
Does any of the "old" Z77 or socket 1150 systems run with these, heck even 2133 would be crazy
Z77, maybe with a super-lucky CPU. Even on 1150, may take the right CPU, I think some CPUs may do 2800 MHz divider only.
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#4
Sabishii Hito
Considering the 4x4GB kit is $4000, I shudder to think what the 4x8GB will command.
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#5
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: Sabishii Hito
Considering the 4x4GB kit is $4000, I shudder to think what the 8x4GB will command.
:eek:


Yikes! I never thought THAT much...


:respect::respect::respect:
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