Tuesday, March 18th 2008

G.Skill Intros New DDR3 PC 14400 CL7 Modules with Antazone RamMod Cooler

G.Skill International Enterprise, a worldwide leader in extreme performance and reliability memory announced today the new DDR3-1800 CL7. The DDR3-1800 CL7 is for enthusiasts upgrading to the next generation platforms. The DDR3-1800 HZ Series is available in 2GB dual channel kits to meet the specific needs of gaming systems or high performance workstations.


The DDR3-1800 HZ Series is equipped with the Antazone RamMod cooler to improve module stability and performance while operating under extreme overclocking conditions. Engineered with quality and performance in mind, G.Skill’s DD3-1800 HZ Series is the ultimate solution for extreme gamers, overclockers, and PC enthusiasts. The Antazone RamMod cooler uses industrial standard silent micro blower fan as a memory cooler. This original innovative cooling solution provides more efficient heat dissipation. The 8000rpm silent micro blower fan is ideal for overclocking where every degree matters. It ensures that your system can operate smoothly even with the toughest gaming software, overclocking, or system applications.

DDR3 is the latest generation of dual channel based memory. Due to the high frequency the DDR3 operates in, hyper heat is generated. The Antazone RamMod cooler with silent micro blower fan provides the best solution for it.

DDR3-1800 CL7 HZ Series Features:
- Guaranteed clock speed of 1800MHz (PC3-14400)
- Low latency settings of 7 (CL), 7 (TRCD), 7 (TRP), 18 (TRAS)
- Lifetime warranty
- Part number: F3-14400CL7D-2GBHZ - A matching pair of 2GB kit (2 x 1GB modules)

This module will be available through G.Skill’s authorized resellers and distributors worldwide. For more information and specifications on the new HZ series products, please click here.Source: G.Skill
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9 Comments on G.Skill Intros New DDR3 PC 14400 CL7 Modules with Antazone RamMod Cooler

#1
ShadowFold
lol it doesnt list price any where :p that fan idea is really cool I might get some of those and heat spreaders for my kingstons if they sell them separate.
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#2
DanishDevil
I want them in DDR2! I wonder how noisy the fans are, and if the small amount of air they're gonna push will be anywhere near the Corsair and OCZ coolers. And if you've got two adjacent or four modules, will the fans be blocked. Love the idea, though. Hope they're cheap (fans).
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#3
Saakki
haha rofled at fans ..pretty cool..make em UV reactive! :cool:
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#4
happita
by: malware

The 8000rpm silent micro blower fan is ideal for overclocking where every degree matters.

- Guaranteed clock speed of 1800MHz (PC3-14400)
- Low latency settings of 7 (CL), 7 (TRCD), 7 (TRP), 18 (TRAS)
- Lifetime warranty
- Part number: F3-14400CL7D-2GBHZ - A matching pair of 2GB kit (2 x 1GB modules)
8000 rpm? Ive never seen such a large rpm for a fan. I wonder how loud its going to be? On the upside of things, those are some very nice timings for such high frequency DDR3 ram. I love that DDR3 is getting more competitive performance-wise with DDR2 everyday!
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#5
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
I can't see those fans pushing any kind of meaningfull amount of air without being insanely loud.
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#6
oli_ramsay
Those tiny fans look like they can produce the same airflow as a blow off.
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#7
The Haunted
Very nice modules, i wonder what's the price. But those lousy coolers aren't needed,
they add to the price and look very inefficient.
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: happita
8000 rpm? Ive never seen such a large rpm for a fan. I wonder how loud its going to be? On the upside of things, those are some very nice timings for such high frequency DDR3 ram. I love that DDR3 is getting more competitive performance-wise with DDR2 everyday!
i've seen 8000RPM before but to be silent thats got to be 800RPM ;)
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Wonder what kind of chips these are using. Anyone know what DDr3 chips are being produced out there? (Like micron d10s or promos, elpida, etc )
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