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Friday, 27 November 2009 15:22

G.Skill announces new memory kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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8 and 12GB ones

G.Skill has announced a total of thirteen new DDR3 kits for those that are looking to put more RAM that they'll probably ever need. The entire lineup is present in every, if not all, G.Skill memory series, including the new Ripjaws as well as, already known PI and Trident series.

Twelve out of thirteen newly announced kits are based on quad, which means that you get four modules, while the black sheep is the PI hexa kit, consisting of six 2GB modules.

As you can see from the table below, the entire lineup works from 1333MHz, all the way to 2200MHz and include NQ and ECO series as well. Unfortunately, G.Skill didn't announce the prices of these kits but we guess that DDR3 2200MHz 8GB kit will be everything but cheap.

Here is the full lineup.

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