In this day and age, it seems like efficiency is becoming more and more important to consumers and manufacturers are scrambling to release products that cater to this expanding market. In this review we take a look at G.Skillís ECO series of memory that may not cater to overclockers but they promise to offer class-leading power consumption through the use of the new 1.35V spec for DDR3.
As much as I do overclocking, I still don't really hit the memory too much, as increasing speeds doesn't result in much of a speed increase. Having these, IMHO, at a lower voltage, is better, not only for the memory, but for the board/CPU as well.
These are some sweet chips. 1.35V at DDR3-1600? I'll take those any day.