Wednesday, October 30th 2013

G.Skill Announces AEGIS Performance System Memory

G.Skill announced the AEGIS line of high-performance, standard-height DDR3 memory modules, for gaming PC builds. The modules are available with JEDEC-approved SPD profiles of DDR3-1333 MHz, and DDR3-1600 MHz; and in densities of up to 8 GB. The modules could make up solo and dual-channel kits. The modules are designed to run at DDR3-1333 at voltages of 1.35V, and rather timings of 9-9-9-24; and DDR3-1600 at 1.50V, and rather loose timings of 11-11-11-28. The modules feature black PCBs with heatspreaders that are basically sheets of aluminium, with die-cast prints on them. The modules are backed by lifetime warranties, G.Skill didn't announce pricing.
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7 Comments on G.Skill Announces AEGIS Performance System Memory

#1
Prima.Vera
gaming builds??????????? :)))))))

My DDR3 2133 has the same voltage and timings as the 1600 one, and was sold as normal RAM...
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#2
LDNL
How low has your sales have to be to release a new sticker on DDR3 memory this late.
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#3
arterius2
gold and red? never looks good together, or is there some hidden cues to the Iron Man movie that I wasn't aware of?

or it could be screaming 'AUTOBOTS' with that weird looking transformer logo in the middle.

keep it classy, gskill.
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#4
tigger
I'm the only one
Looks to me like they are trying to clear some 1333/1600 old stock.
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#5
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
Those are some bad timings for 1600Mhz RAM...
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#6
Mistral
Did they hire one of the designers from the C&C series for this? G.Skill, some people may dig an official NOD edition.
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#7
Jorge
WAY over-priced unless it's 16GB. for <$100.
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