G.SKILL debuts ultra high-end DDR4 memory

G.SKILL debuts ultra high-end DDR4 memory

The well-known maker of high-end computer memory G.SKILL has presented two new ultra fast DDR4 memory kits, designed for hardware enthusiasts and hardcore gamers.

The first kit joins the memory ranks under the Ripjaws 4 brand name and offers DDR4 memory modules that run at 3400 MHz at 16-16-16-36 timings. The other DDR4 memory kit runs at 3200 MHz but offers lower timings at 15-15-15-35. Both kits are available in 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) configurations and sport the company’s awesome Turbulence III memory fans. Furthermore they include hand-picked memory chips and are fully compatible with the ASUS Rampage V Extreme and Gigabyte X99-SOC Champion motherboards. The price for the speed is higher voltage of 1.35V, up from the regular DDR4 voltage of 1.2V, but gamers and enthusiasts will have to live with this limitation.

No word on pricing as of now but both kits will be expensive for sure.

Source: G.SKILL

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