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Old November 13, 2009, 09:55 AM
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Default G.Skill Announces Worlds Fastest DDR3 Memory Modules

There's Fast. There's really fast. There's FedEx gotta get it there fast, and then there is G.Skill Fast. With the arrival of these modules G.Skill goes where no other RAM has gone before.

To the majority of users these modules will be well beyond what is required in day to day computer usage. However for the elite few who demand speed and will s... [ Read full article ]
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Old November 13, 2009, 10:03 AM
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LOL...and how many boards/chips can even handle those speeds?
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Old November 13, 2009, 10:09 AM
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LOL...and how many boards/chips can even handle those speeds?

Oh I am sure the likes of our 3oh6 can find a use for these.

This is the top tier in RAM Technology. Hopefully it doesn't have the same recall issue that the last performance set of DDR3 Tri-Channel had.

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Hmm, might have to review this kit.


OCZ have a Blade DDR3-2400 model, but they don't seem to be in a hurry to release them.
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I seem to recall Hipro managing some stupid memory speeds in the 3GHz range on one of his Gigabyte boards.

Still, bringing these kind of speeds to everyday users would certainly be interesting.
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and are we sure it's the fastest to market cause i thought a-data had stuff that was faster not sure though
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and are we sure it's the fastest to market cause i thought a-data had stuff that was faster not sure though

Are you talking about this?

2200 7-10-10- vs. 2200 8-8-8...it's a toss up.
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Well, one thing is sure, the A-data is better looking. Let's see the one with the better OC capability.
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bingo. just check out adata site i think there 1 or 2 more that are faster then the gskill or just as fast.
(I am very fast becoming an enemy of gskill product i only own 2 products from them and so far they will be the last. there prices and there products are not that great followed by very disappointing support ) no more gskill for me. jmo as always
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