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G.SKILL Announces New TridentX DDR3 Memory For 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors

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  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    G.SKILL, the worldwide leading high performance memory designer, has announced the new TridentX DDR3 memory kit for 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors and Z77 platform.

    The ultimate speed up to DDR3 2800 MHz 16 GB(4 GBx4) & DDR3 2666 MHz 32 GB(8 GBx4)

    Designed for overclocking enthusiasts, the TridentX series includes a complete lineup of extreme performance DDR3 memory, starting from 2400 MHz 8 GB to 2800 MHz 16 GB. The following screens show the TridentX 2800 MHz 16 GB kit has successfully achieved DDR3 3320 MHz speed, while the 32 GB 2666 MHz kit has achieved DDR3 2933 MHz speed, both results are with 4 DIMMs fully installed under LN2.

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    Removable Top Fin

    Featuring with a removable top fin design, the new TridentX heat-spreader allows overclocking enthusiasts to have more flexible options of memory cooling systems, as well as to reduce the height to fit with large CPU coolers. For detail guideline, please visit the following link.

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    nice innovation
    but the fins, they make it like just add on than to help the ram get cooler
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    I think the fins are a great idea. Good for people who many not have alot of room above there ram slots with the removable fin. Interesting that no one else (looking at companies like Corsair) that didn't think about doing that for there vengeance line, but instead opted to do both a LP and full height kits.

    Plus those speeds are pretty intense!
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    Working on my review now.

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    Nice, nice. When is ready?

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