Tuesday, June 19th 2007

G.Skill New DDR3-1333 CL8 and CL9 Memory Kits

G.Skill announced today the availability of its new DDR3-1333 (PC3-10600) CL8 and CL9 kits rated to operate at 1.65 Volts. Available in 2x1GB matched pairs the new F3-10600CL8D-2GBHK (CL8-8-8-21) and F3-10600CL9D-2GBPK (CL9-9-9-24) kits will be available through G.Skill’s authorized resellers and distributors worldwide. All G.Skill memory modules come with a lifetime warranty. For more information and specifications of the new PK series products, please click here.

Source: G.Skill
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19 Comments on G.Skill New DDR3-1333 CL8 and CL9 Memory Kits

#1
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
You know what I hate most, when you click on an image to see a larger version and the larger version isn't any larger...
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#2
demonbrawn
Hah, they are larger, just not by much. And I was pondering, does anyone know what the English term is for those kinds of words such as always, never, everyone, no one, etc.? It's gonna kill me if I can't think of it...
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#3
malware
by: newtekie1
You know what I hate most, when you click on an image to see a larger version and the larger version isn't any larger...
Sorry, no bigger images for the DDR3 modules on G.Skill's web site. :(
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#4
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
looks just like 8500HK DDR2 sticks
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#5
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
by: malware
Sorry, no bigger images for the DDR3 modules on G.Skill's web site. :(
I know, not your fault, just giving you crap Malware. :D
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#6
mdm-adph
by: newtekie1
You know what I hate most, when you click on an image to see a larger version and the larger version isn't any larger...
You know what's even worse? When you click on the image, and the resulting "larger picture" is actually smaller, because the webmaster resized the pic via HTML on the pain page...
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GJSNeptune
by: demonbrawn
Hah, they are larger, just not by much. And I was pondering, does anyone know what the English term is for those kinds of words such as always, never, everyone, no one, etc.? It's gonna kill me if I can't think of it...
Absolutes?
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#8
kakazza
by: demonbrawn
Hah, they are larger, just not by much. And I was pondering, does anyone know what the English term is for those kinds of words such as always, never, everyone, no one, etc.? It's gonna kill me if I can't think of it...
Indefinite pronouns
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#9
GJSNeptune
Sort of. Always and never aren't pronouns though.
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#10
demonbrawn
Absolutes?
Ahhh, that's what I was trying to think of. It was right on the tip of my tounge, I just couldn't spit it out. Thanks!
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#11
DMSMac_Consult
According to Obi-Wan "Ben" Kenobi, only the Dark Side deals in absolutes.
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#12
GJSNeptune
Think of Absolut Vodka. Always good. :D
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#13
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
what mobo would this work best with?
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#14
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
These look sweet and really not bad timings.

I love the blue heat spreaders as well. I hope AMD jumps on the DDR3 bandwagon around the end of the year beginning of next. I mean, look how they lowered the DDR2 prices whenthey got on that bandwagon.
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#15
hat
Enthusiast
dude ddr2 is super cheap, you can get 2 gigs of crucail ddr533 for under $80
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#16
Pinchy
by: Easy Rhino
what mobo would this work best with?
Probably the new P35 chipset mobos - ASUS P5k deluxe, Gigabtye P35-DQ6, etc.
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Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
by: Pinchy
Probably the new P35 chipset mobos - ASUS P5k deluxe, Gigabtye P35-DQ6, etc.
there is one mobo on sale at newegg that supports ddr3
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#18
hat
Enthusiast
Those are some good volts for such a high speed. My DDR400 takes 2.8
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#19
Wile E
Power User
DDR3 will look much more interesting to me when they get the latencies down to 6 (or even better, 5) at these speeds.
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