G.Skill says its TridentX memory kit hit 4073 MHz after some serious overclocking and plenty of LN2.
Engineering samples on display at the show were clocked at 2133 MHz, but live demos won’t be available until Intel’s Haswell-E HEDT is made public.
The upcoming Intel Haswell CPUs will purportedly come with increased core and memory frequency headroom over the previous generations, especially under extreme subzero cooling. At the upcoming G.Skill Computex showcase, top overclockers representing the major motherboard manufacturers will be looking to raise the bar once again on the performance frontiers.
This year, G.Skill showed off their record breaking TridentX DDR3 modules and Sandforce SF-2281 based Phoenix III SSDs alongside an LN2 overclocking demostration graced by representatives from the top motherboard makers. We took a look at some of the exhibits…
G.Skill has organized a "World-Class Overclocking Invitational" at their Nangang booth during the Computex Taipei 2012 show days, featuring international superstars like Kingp|n and Elmor from leading manufacturers ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte and EVGA.
One of the benefits of the new Ivy Bridge based processors is the much touted IMC improvements over Sandy Bridge, allowing for memory overclocks north of 2600MHz+ if all conditions are right (RAM dexterity, motherboard electrical traces, power design, bios firmware…). G.Skill seized the opportunity and released their new Trident X series of XMP 1.3
With the introduction of Intel's Socket 2011 processors for enthusiasts and professionals not too long ago, it spawned a market for good XMP 1.3 DDR3 compliant kits to maximize the quad channel bandwidth and take advantage extra memory dividers north of 2400+MHz that the new platform brings. We have previously published a review of the
G.Skill recently unveiled their new low profile ARES line of memory. It is aimed at performance systems using very large air coolers where tall ramsinks is an issue. Here for review we have the top spec kit in the range. This 2133MHz 2 x 4GB kit has stock timings of 9-11-10-28 @ 1.65v. Let's see
Today we take a look at a very well priced 8GB dual channel memory kit from G.Skill. This kit has decent timings for an 8GB kit, and we will put it through its paces in terms of overclocking and tweaking. Follow us as we test this memory and see how it does.
In exactly a week's time from now, Intel Sandy Bridge-E HEDT (high-end desktop) platform will be upon us. But November 14 isn't a big day just for Intel and its three new processors, but an entire ecosystem of manufacturers and products that are designed for Sandy Bridge-E, including motherboards, memory, and cooling. After motherboards, memory
G.Skill is a prominent maker of DDR3 SDRAM, known for their reasonable prices and high clocking kits, their PI series is no exception. Today we will take a look at one of their legendary kits, the F3-17600CL7D-4GBPIS which boasts some pretty nice specs. It is rated to run at DDR3 2200 with a low CAS
VR-Zone gives a round up all the latest and greatest Memory, Storage and SSD products from Computex Taipei 2011. *Constantly Updated*
Four overclocking gurus will be conducting live extreme overclocking sessions at Computex, courtesy of ASUS and G.Skill. Pictures and video after the break.
Having just a fast processor isn't really enough these days; a high-speed memory kit can provide quite a bit of performance boost to your bandwidth-hungry Intel 'Sandy Bridge' platform gaming rig. VR-Zone.com finds out how much an improvement there can be with the F3-12800CL7D-4GBXM kit from G.Skill. Overclocking included.
G.Skill today announces the world’s fastest 8GB (4GBx2) DDR3 memory, rated at 2300MHz CL9 with only 1.65V voltage. This ultimate memory kit will join G.Skill award winning Ripjaws-X family and will be available soon via G.Skill global authorized distribution partner.
G.Skill today announces its new Phoenix EVO SSD using SandForce SF-1222 controller and 2xnm NAND flash chips. The Phoenix EVO drive contains 115GB with rated speed of read/write 280/270 MB/sec, and will be available via G.Skill authorized distribution partners in early April.
G.Skill has announced its latest Sniper series designed specifically for PC gamers and modding enthusiasts. Extensive compatibility tests have been conducted on a wide range of Intel and AMD platforms, which guarantee the best performance, quality and reliability. The Sniper series is available in dual-channel and triple-channel kits, up to 24GB.
Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturing company G.Skill is displaying its Phoenix II SSD series at Cebit, targeting hardcore enthusiasts.
G.Skill has launched a whole range of performance memory kits, dubbed RipjawsX for the new Intel Sandy Bridge platform. These memory modules are available in 1333MHz, 1600MHz, 1866MHz, 2133MHz, 2200MHz and 2300MHz flavors. Maximum memory capacity offered by this series is 16GB, on selected models only.
G.Skill has added three new capacity points to its Phoenix Pro series of solid state drives – 40GB, 80GB and 160GB. The Phoenix Pro is no slouch when it comes to performance, serving up to 50,000 IOPS in 4K random writes.