Friday, August 9th 2013

G.SKILL TridentX Reaches DDR3 4400 MHz

G.SKILL International Co. Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and superior solid-state storage, tops the memory frequency world record chart once again with "G.SKILL TridentX" overclocked to an amazing DDR3 4400 MHz. Using 4th Generation Intel Core i7 4770K, ASUS Maximus 6 Impact and a steady flow of LN2, professional overclocker James "YoungPro" Trevaskis from TeamAU were able to push the factory spec G.SKILL TridentX DDR3 3000MHz C12 4GB stick to the world's fastest DDR3 4400MHz CL13.

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27 Comments on G.SKILL TridentX Reaches DDR3 4400 MHz

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cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: erixx
Where's cadaveca when you need him? :toast:
Look behind you.

:rockout:
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NdMk2o1o
by: EarthDog
A lot of people at this particular forum just cannot seem to conceptualize the difference in what that record is and what is daily computing. Its akin to complaining that a top fuel dragster isn't a street legal car. Learn to separate the two and appreciate it for what it is. These are not 24/7 situations so complaining and comparing it like so isn't terribly valid IMO.

We all know DDR3 1600-1866 is the sweet spot and memory speed over that show little to no gains in most real world applications including games.

CL13 4400MHz will be faster than CL9 1600Mhz.
People use their brains and stopping knee jerking, you're joking right?
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