Saturday, July 24th 2010

G.Skill Releases Ripjaws 48 GB DDR3-1900 MHz Memory Kit for Workstations

G.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and solid-state storage with solid quality, has today released the world’s only hand-picked, hand-tested, ultra-high capacity DDR3 memory kit for workstations: 48GB (4GBx12) of 1,900MHz CL8 1.65V with G.Skill's popular Ripjaws series heatsink.

Designed exclusively for EVGA’s best in class Super Record 2 (SR-2) motherboard, which features dual Intel Xeon LGA1366 CPU sockets and 12 DDR3 memory slots, G.Skill has been able to match its masterpiece of 48GB DDR3 precisely to this board, making it performance for performance-hungry workstation users. Furthermore, based on G.Skill lab’s internal test results, advanced users capable of understanding sophisticated BIOS adjustments will be able to reach 2,000MHz CL8 with the G.Skill Ripjaws 48GB DDR3 kit.
Combed with the Intel Xeons 4-6 cores CPUs and EVGA’s support for Nvidia's 4 way SLI technology, G.Skill’s DDR3 48GB (4GBx12) 1,900MHz CL8 Ripjaws is the best memory solution for building the ultimate super-computer for applications such as 3D rendering, data modeling, scientific research and other professional applications.

48 GB 1,900MHz CL8 hits the upper limits of DDR3 technology for Intel's Xeon CPUs, and as such, all G.Skill 48GB DDR3 kits are 100% hand-tested by G.Skill's most senior R&D team to ensure the best stability, reliability, compatibility and performance. The 48GB Ripjaws will be available at G.Skill’s retail partners worldwide in August, or contact G.Skill directly.
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32 Comments on G.Skill Releases Ripjaws 48 GB DDR3-1900 MHz Memory Kit for Workstations

#1
btarunr
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hayder.master said:
48 GB CAS 9 :pimp:, no commend:eek:
CAS 8 with 1900 MHz. So you should be able to bring the timings further down at 1800 or 1600 MHz.
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#2
jcgeny
are you sure that this ram is for sr2 only ?
i can help testing them on others mainboards :respect: :rockout:
an intel s5520sc and a tyan 7025 :nutkick:
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#3
Jizzler
^ Would work in in other boards, but without any control over the speeds could save some cash using 1066 or 1333 sticks depending on the model of Xeon being used.
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#4
MicroUnC
Fitseries3 said:
well....

2 5680s
sr2
12x8gb ecc 1333mhz sticks
antec tpq1200
4 intel g2 80gb ssds
4 ocz vertex 2 100gb ssds
2 TT frio's
ati 5870

thats just whats in the pic.

when you take in account there is another machine thats identical and they are both in a case, with 2 wd 2tb RE4's in each, highpoint raid cards, intel gigabit lan cards, blueray burners, etc.

about $20k IF purchased from newegg.

http://img.techpowerup.org/100720/Capture278.jpg
I know this ain't funny anymore! But i wonder if you tried Crysis with this rig? And how many FPS you get with all maxed

Btw insane rig:rockout:
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#5
mdsx1950
MicroUnC said:
I know this ain't funny anymore! But i wonder if you tried Crysis with this rig? And how many FPS you get with all maxed

Btw insane rig:rockout:
Probably not so much with a single 5870.
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#6
Kantastic
hayder.master said:
48 GB CAS 9 :pimp:, no commend:eek:
Honestly, RAM speeds don't matter that much.
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#7
Hunt3r
Kantastic said:
Honestly, RAM speeds don't matter that much.
What use having memory and not CPU, I am sure friend?
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