G.Skill sets new DDR4 speed record

G.Skill sets new DDR4 speed record

The Taiwanese maker of high-end computer memory G.Skill has announced a new speed record with DDR4 memory. The company has managed to take a 128 GB DDR4 memory kit, which consists of eight 16 GB modules to 3200 MHz at 14-14-14-34 latencies at under 1.35V.

This means that users of the high-end X99 platform, which can accommodate 128 GB of RAM, can utilize not only the full memory potential of the X99 platform but also enjoy more DDR4 memory speed than ever. G.Skill proudly notes that it has succeeded in improving the latencies of this memory from 15-15-15-35 clocks to 14-14-14-34 clocks. In addition to this the memory kit supports Intel XMP 2.0 and provides easy setup and installation.

The new and yet unnamed memory kit of eight 16 GB modules will be available at the end of February. The kit will sell for USD 1069.99.

Source: G.Skill

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