G.Skill launches Ivy Bridge-oriented memory

G.Skill has launched new TridentX DDR3 memory specifically designed for Intel’s latest 22 nm Ivy Bridge processor and the Z77 platform.

Coming in kits and designed for overclockers and enthusiasts the new TridentX memory comes with extreme performance memory chips that can operate at up to 2800 MHz. G.Skill currently offers 8 GB kits that run at 2400 MHz and 16 GB kits that achieve 2800 MHz of memory speed.

In addition the new memory allows overclocking where the TridentX 2800 MHz 16 GB kit achieved speed of 3320 MHz while the 32 GB kit reached 2933 MHz.

G.Skill TridentX DDR3

The new TridentX memory also comes with fin-shaped heat spreaders that allow better cooling and higher overclocking results. They can also be removed in case you need to install a large CPU cooler.

Finally, the new G.Skill memory comes with the latest Intel XMP 1.3 standard developed specifically for the new Intel Z77 platform. It provides PC enthusiasts an entirely trouble free overclocking experience to boost their Z77 systems for extreme levels of performance, while retaining system stability.


Source: Hardwarecanucks

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