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G.Skill gears up for X79 with new Quad Channel DDR3 RipjawsZ kits

Offering 16GB, 32GB and 64GB quad channel kits.

| RAM News | Posted: Nov 14, 2011 9:02 am

Right in line with the big launch that is Intel's next generation top tier performance platform comprising LGA-2011 Sandy Bridge-E Core i7 CPUs and its accompanying Quad Channel supporting X79 chipset, G.Skill has announced their latest RipjawsZ series modules in Quad-Channel form to suit.

 

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The new kits come in three flavours. There's a monstrous 64GB kit on offer comprising 8x8GB modules which are rated for a speed of 2133MHz @ 1.5V. Timings are quite relaxed on this kit at CL11-11-11-30.

 

Next is a 32GB kit comprising 4x8GB modules and rated for 2400MHz with 1.65v. This kit runs timings of CL10-12-12-31.

 

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If it's all out speed you're after, G.Skill is also offering a new RipjawsZ series kit giving 16GB memory in total (4x4GB), with the major highlight being its 2500MHz rated speed at 1.65v. Timings for this kit come in at CL10-11-11-31.

 

All three kits support the new XMP 1.3 standard developed for the X79 platform and come with G.Skill's dual fan memory cooler.

 

You can check out the full announcement via the source link below for full details, including screenshots of some very impressive overclocking results with the new kits. There's no word on pricing just yet.

NEWS SOURCES:Tweaktown.com

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