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G.Skill announces DDR3-1800 CL7 memory

Silent Antazone RamMod cooler.

Published Mar 20, 2008 12:16 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:38 PM CST
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G.Skill has announced another DDR3 kit to the market. This time, it's called the DDR3-1800 CL7 comprising of two 1GB modules in the kit.

The memory is guaranteed to maintain a clock speed of 1800MHz (PC3-14400) at the low latency settings of 7(CL), 7(TRCD), 7(TRP), & 18(TRAS). The components also come with a lifetime warranty.

According to G.Skill, the memory gets pretty hot under stressful conditions, so they have added in the nifty cooling device from Antazone called the RamMod cooler. It is made of plastic, and guides the fans output directly down onto the chips and heat spreader encased around the RAM chips.

The fan is said to be silent or at least inaudible, coming in at about 20 dBA, and should last 70,000 hours. There is a limitation on the RamMod warranty of 2 years, but if you are the typical early adopter, then the RAM will most likely not stay in your system that long.

You can see more specs here at the G.Skill website.
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