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Friday, 09 July 2010 10:15

G.Skill shows off 24GB DDR3 kit

Written by Slobodan Simic
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2,000MHz at CL8

Following in the footsteps of all other memory makers, G.Skill has also launched its own 24GB DDR3 kit. The new Trident kit consists of six 4GB modules rated to work at 2000MHz at CL8 latencies.

The same kit was demonstrated back at Computex, but back then it was working at the same speeds with CL9 latency. Today, G.Skill has once again squeezed a bit more out of this one scoring a 2,000MHz but at tighter 8-9-8-24 latencies at the same 1.65V.

Of course, such kit asks for quite some cooling power so this one has G.Skill's memory cooler mounted on top of it, but that's a small price to pay for such settings.

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