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G.Skill "rams" CeBIT show floor with a heap of new RAM

G.Skill has shown off some awesome new RAM kits at CeBIT which we're already asking for.

| RAM News | Posted: Mar 8, 2012 1:08 pm

CeBIT 2012: G.Skill has shown off a bunch of new RAM at CeBIT this week and it all looks great. The first kit we see is an expansion to the Ripjaws Z series with a 4x 4GB kit sitting on the much loved ASUS Rampage IV Extreme motherboard running at a blistering 2666MHz DDR.

 

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The massive speed does come at the cost of some more relaxed timings, but CL10-12-12-31 at 1.65v isn't anything to turn away from. Considering the speed and the sheer amount of RAM that's on offer, this is no doubt a kit for people who want both speed and a large amount of RAM.

 

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Along with that we've got the Ripjaws Z 2400MHz DDR kit running on, of all motherboards, a Biostar one. Honestly Biostar isn't the first company that comes to mind when I think of a performance motherboard, but it handles the CL11-11-11-30 at 1.65v 16GB with no issues at all.

 

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Finally sitting on one of my personal favourite motherboards the GIGABYTE G1.Assassin2 we can see a 16GB 2400MHz DDR kit running at a more aggressive CL9-11-11-31 at 1.65v.

 

All in all G.Skill as usual are showing off some beautiful looking kits and trust me when I say we've already asked for the new 2666MHz DDR kit.

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