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G.Skill Unveils New Ultra Fast 2000MHz PI Black Series DDR3 Kits

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  1. malware New Member

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    Another memory manufacturer, the Taipei, Taiwan based G.Skill International also unveiled today its ultra fast DDR3 2000HMz 6GB (3x2GB) PI Black series memory products designed for Intel Core i7 processors and Intel X58 Express chipset. The PI memory series from G.Skill are especially designed for extreme speed demanders, and that's easily seen from the enormous strangely shaped heatspreaders. This particular kit provides outstanding performance and stability at an ultra-fast 2000MHz with an incredibly low CAS Latency of 8-8-8-21. Unfortunately, no pricing and exact availability date details were disclosed.

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    Source: VR-Zone
     
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    Do want, plz? :) That is just hot ram.
     
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    would be great to have those sticks in my beast to run 1:1
     
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    what a hell 2000MHz run with 8-8-8-21
     
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    8-8-8-21? It says 9-9-9-24 on the picture :p
     
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    What is the voltage rating on it?
     
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    exactly my thoughts too, what voltage? i hope its the 1.65v
     
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    At first I was ready to upgrade but then read the picture and it it says CL9 :slap:
     
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    Not only that: according to GSkill's PI Black page, there's no such kit, yet.

    There is another kit mentioned that's supposed to be coming soon: check the bottom of this page.
     
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    Wow, G Skill has really come on as of late with their PI series. I need to get me a 4GB kit. However, I have the Axerams itching to go..
     
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    Mmmmm i love my current DDR2 Black Pi. These will be just awesome.
     
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    omfg i need those for my computers SEXXXX
     

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