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Old October 17, 2008, 09:33 PM
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Default G.Skill Announces GT1 4GB DDR3 Memory Kit Featuring Thermaltake RamOrb

Yesterday, G.Skill announced the 4GB PC3-16000 GT1 Series memory kit, which comes with Thermaltake RamOrbs pre-installed.
"Taipei, Taiwan - 16 October, 2008 - G.Skill International Co. Ltd., a world leader in extreme performance memory with solid quality, today unveils a whole new 4GB (2GBx2) GT1 DDR3 series running at PC3-16,000, featuring the unique Thermaltake RamOrb heatsink design. This thermal solution enables an optimal stability by keeping the temperature as low as possible at extreme speeds. The new PC3-16000 GT1 Series provides extreme stability and performance for high-end gaming or an overclocked PC.

The Thermaltake designed heatspreader features dedicated heatpipes to effectively draw away heat produced by high-speed DDR3 memory up to the cooling fan and fins. This organization maximizes thermal conductivity providing the most powerful memory cooling solution on the market.

The G.SKILL PC3-16000 GT1 is optimized for the cutting edge NVIDIA 790i chipset platforms. The new GT1 is a all-encompassing solution making the leap into the next generation of platforms with its lightening fast performance, enhanced timings, and innovative heat solution unmatched by the competition. With G.SKILL Lifetime Warranty and ever ready technical back-up, PC3-16000 GT1 is total solution for all memory module enthusiasts."

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Old October 19, 2008, 08:49 AM
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that is the ugliest/silliest idea I have seen in a long time.
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Old October 19, 2008, 09:21 AM
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That is pretty silly. I hope that heatpipe is reversible, because otherwise you're going to have half your RAM slots left empty.
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Aren't there a few other G Skill RAM chips with this exact "RamOrb" technology? Have you guys missed those until now?
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Way to go G.Skill...more retarded heatspreaders.
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lol ram orb.
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