Thursday, August 6th 2015

G.SKILL DDR4 Achieves Memory World Record at 4795.8MHz

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory, solid state storage, power supplies, and gaming peripherals, proudly announces the world record memory frequency has been broken with the G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 at DDR4-4795.8 MHz.

Surpassing the previous records at a mind-blowing 4795.8MHz under liquid nitrogen, extreme overclocker Chi-Kui Lam overclocked Ripjaws 4 memory made from Samsung IC to achieve this stunning feat on the new ASRock Z170 OC Formula motherboard and the very latest Intel i7-6700K processor. Check out the world record validation on HWBOT (validation) in the screenshot below.
In addition to the staggering memory frequency world record, G.SKILL DDR4 memory is also used in an overwhelming majority of new records upon Skylake launch, as validated by HWBOT. See below for a detailed list or visit this page.
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11 Comments on G.SKILL DDR4 Achieves Memory World Record at 4795.8MHz

#1
TheLostSwede
Oh look, yesterday's record by MSI (and Adata by the looks of the picture) is already broken...
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#2
Analog_Interface
and now everyone's gonna flee to OC Formula :p

BTW, nice to see these actually work :D
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#3
xorbe
21-31-31-63 o_O
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#4
JunkBear
Aaaandd im still rocking my DRR2-800
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#5
Vlada011
xorbe said:
21-31-31-63 o_O
Ooo Yea...And still no 3000MHz 9-9-9 1T...
When I see 8GBx4 C9 memory I will say they done something really useful for everybody.
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cadaveca
My name is Dave
Vlada011 said:
Ooo Yea...And still no 3000MHz 9-9-9 1T...
When I see 8GBx4 C9 memory I will say they done something really useful for everybody.
find me a kit of DDR3 that'll do that, and you'll have hope.
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#7
haswrong
does the insanely high clock improve performance anyhow?
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#8
Analog_Interface
haswrong said:
does the insanely high clock improve performance anyhow?
Are you takling mate? :wtf:
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Vlada011
cadaveca said:
find me a kit of DDR3 that'll do that, and you'll have hope.
That depend from Processor, and we will not see Processor and motherboard with DDR3 to support over 2600MHz in most cases...
But for DDR4 we will have processor with 3000MHz and over 3000MHz, because of that DDR3 3000MHz need for very small number of people but 3000MHz DDR4 is some standard almost and they can free to launch with smaller latency. But they still can't or don't want, because that would be usefull performance for everybody, they will give that for 1-2 years for 500$ and now will joke with C25 and 10% better performance than 2666MHz. Example for Z170 platform 3000MHz will be something normal, dual channel 2x8GB, they need only low latency, that's only way to performance grow for everybody for everyday. No other way. Even Skylake will not tolerate 3500MHz just like that.
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#10
xorbe
When I built my 4790K system a few months back, I was surprised about the huge gaming performance difference between DDR3 set to 2400@CL10 versus 1333@CL11 (I was just messing around with setting to observe any benefits). If it was smooth it was okay, but then there would be huge freeze spikes at the slow speed.
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#11
DEcobra11
xorbe said:
21-31-31-63 o_O
Similar latencies to 11-15-15-31 at 2400 mhz in ddr, they aren't that high, still about 9 ns estim.
Why people make a deal out of it? You'd remember that latencies are measured in clocks, not x-seconds
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