Friday, November 27th 2009

G.Skill Releases New High Performance 8 GB Memory Kits

G.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and solid-state storage with solid quality, has today released its series of very high capacity DDR3 memory: 8GB (2GBx4) and 12GB (2GBx6) memory kits.

G.Skill understands that families, business users, PC enthusiasts and gamers are often heavy multi-taskers too. Opening tens of applications to retain a workflow or several hundred photos after a family day out can put serious demands on the memory capacity, so installing 8-12GB becomes an investment in being able to do as much as you want, when you want.

G.Skill 8GB and 12GB DDR3 computer memory kits are specifically produced to provide top performance and quality, across a range of popular motherboards.

Combined with the ability to run at extreme high frequency and low latency, without extra dram voltage, the kits offer unparalleled performance while remaining cool running thanks to our range of Ripjaws, Trident, NQ and Pi memory heatsinks and ultra low voltage ECO series.

G.Skill offers high capacity DDR3 solutions from 8GB DDR3 1600MHz CL7 to new ultra low voltage ECO series 8GB 1600MHz CL7 1.35V, right up to the latest Pi series 8GB 2200MHz CL7 1.65V 8GB.

The following provides a complete list of each upcoming spec and the compatible chipset:
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13 Comments on G.Skill Releases New High Performance 8 GB Memory Kits

#1
skylamer
awesome 1.5volts ddr3 12GB :D)

go overclooooooock
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#3
lemode
i love the way the Pi heatsinks look
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Cold Storm
Battosai
The PiS are great ram.. It is sad that it's developed for the i7 chips due to their higher ocing.. but, can do great at 2k!!

now who wants my i5 chip so I can really test these PiS's out? ;)
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PP Mguire
I would stick those PIs in and run them at their native clock. With an i5.
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Cold Storm
Battosai
PP Mguire said:
I would stick those PIs in and run them at their native clock. With an i5.
Like this?




But, I like these timings a little more.




Mmm, I love these PiS.. :pimp:
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#7
Unregistered
What voltage do you have going through them? cas 6 at 2000mhz, nice!! :toast:
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PP Mguire
Just realized my ram wont do 2200 even with 1.71v and wont go looser with timings SO that just means its my mem holding cpu clocks back and not cpu or board :toast: Time to get these G.Skills.
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Cold Storm
Battosai
My tri-channel Tridents where able to hit 2200mhz, but at lease these sticks (piS) where able to be able to play pi at 4.6ghz pretty well..

Only other thing I would even think of getting right now, would be the 2200mhz Peferct Storms.. But, I can't tell myself that I can spend $350 for 4gbs of ram...

Note, the piS, have to be set manually to the speeds... Look at my speeds and you'll be able to run them right at 2200mhz.
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#11
PP Mguire
When these come out ill just go and snag them.
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#12
Hunt3r
even as it rises in the overclocking
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#13
Cold Storm
Battosai
PP Mguire said:
When these come out ill just go and snag them.
pp, they're all ready out piS. And, priced at a very low price.. I was thinking $299 at lease for these babies.. Theirs Adata's that just came out Wednesday for $279...
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