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G.Skill breaks world record for fastest quad channel DDR3: 4072MHz

G.Skill breaks another world record, overclocks a 4x4GB kit of its TridentX DDR3 past 4GHz
| RAM News | Posted: Sep 18, 2013 5:24 pm

G.Skill has broken yet another world record in the world of high-performance memory. In just a week after the official release of Intel's Ivy Bridge-E processors, G.Skill has managed to push the limits of its quad-channel DDR3 memory to extreme limits never before seen.




G.Skill has managed to overclock a 16GB kit (4x4GB) of its TridentX line of DDR3 to an astronomical clock speed of 4072MHz. The company says this is the first instance of a quad-channel DDR3 memory kit breaking the 4GHz barrier. The amazing feat was accomplished with the aid of an Intel Core i7-4960 CPU and an ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition motherboard. The overclock was achieved with a healthy dose of extreme cooling provided by liquid nitrogen.




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