Wednesday, October 17th 2007

G.Skill Unveils 4GB CL4 DDR2-800

G.Skill International Enterprise, the professional provider in high performance memory module, today unveiled 4GB DDR2-800 CL4 set - F2-6400CL4D-4GBPK.

Low latency is the great factor that affects the memory performance. Nowadays, the CPU is much faster than memory. The CPU has to wait for a relatively long time for a memory access to complete before it can process the data. Low latency memory can break the system performance bottleneck.


Especially, if your computer files are not big and consistent, low latency can really have the big advantage in performance improvement. For the serious gamers, F2-6400CL4D-4GBPK is your best choice. You will not be beaten as the system lag.

Memory capacity is the other key factor for performance. High capacity memory is perfect for digital image and video editing. Your system can use the memory as the hard disk read/write buffer. It saves your time to wait video composing.
    DDR2-800 CL4 PK Series Features:
  • Guaranteed clock speed of 800MHz (PC2-6400)
  • Low latency settings of 4 (CL), 4 (TRCD), 4 (TRP), 12 (TRAS)
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Part number: F2-6400CL4D-4GBPK - A matching pair of 4GB kit (2 x 2GB modules)
This module will be available through G.Skill’s authorized resellers and distributors worldwide. For more information and specifications of the new PK series products, please visit http://www.gskill.com/en/ddr2.html.Source: G.Skill
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12 Comments on G.Skill Unveils 4GB CL4 DDR2-800

#1
Jizzler
Decent stuff for the price.

I have the CAS 5 G.Skill 4GB kit.
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#2
newbielives
Better call might be to buy 4GB of DDR2 667 and use that 200 $ savings to upgrade from your 8800GTS to an 8800GTX or ULTRA, because from experience this super expensive RAM will give you maybe a 4FPS boost vs a major FPS boost from upgrading your Vid card.
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#3
magibeg
Who says it would just be for games? Theres more uses to a computer than just playing games all day :P
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#4
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
very nice and tight timings. Curious, where is the price you are talking about?
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#5
Jizzler
by: newbielives
Better call might be to buy 4GB of DDR2 667 and use that 200 $ savings to upgrade from your 8800GTS to an 8800GTX or ULTRA, because from experience this super expensive RAM will give you maybe a 4FPS boost vs a major FPS boost from upgrading your Vid card.
Heh, this ram probably runs in the area of $195. The CAS5 kit is down to $170. There's not much to save by going with DDR2-667.
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#6
Jizzler
by: WarEagleAU
very nice and tight timings. Curious, where is the price you are talking about?
I'm just guessing.

The CAS5 kit is down to $170 and they also have a DDR2-1000 kit for $190. This DDR2-800/CAS4 kit will be in the same area.
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#7
TheGuruStud
1.) Buy 4 sticks of the cas5 1 gigs (two 2 gig sets)
2.) Bump the volt a tad and tighten the timings to 4-4-4-12
3.) ????????
4.) Profit

Seriously, that stuff is cheap (the red sticks and seems to be more solid than their others). I don't know if DDR2 can run 1T with two 2 gig sticks, but if you're not concerned and not planning on going past 4 gigs with your current setup...
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#8
[I.R.A]_FBi
so how mucho is it ... might get more ram and a vid card for my rig and call it a day ...

and what chips are onboard, anyone found a review? can they post it here please?
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#9
Wile E
Power User
Hmmm, not bad. Only 2.0-2.1V too.
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#11
Weer
Still looking for HZ's.
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#12
Tatty_One
by: Weer
Still looking for HZ's.
Look for HK's.......4-3-4-5 @ 800Mhz stock......some reviews suggest these timings can be acheived at 1000Mhz!!!
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