G.SKILL presents 128 GB DDR4-3000 memory kit

G.SKILL presents 128 GB DDR4-3000 memory kit

The Taiwanese maker of high-end enthusiast memory G.SKILL has presented the world’s fastest DDR4 128 GB memory kit that runs at 3000 MHz at CAS latency of 14 clocks. The kit targets people who work with lots of professional content and is fully optimized to operate on Intel X99 motherboards.

The kit consists of eight 16 GB memory modules that operate at 3000 MHz at 14-14-14-34 latencies. The high clock speed and the high memory module capacity make it almost impossible to achieve CAS latency of 14 clocks but G.SKILL has achieved this hard task. The memory kit also supports Intel XMP 2.0.

The new 128 GB memory kit will join G.SKILL’s Ripjaws V line this month. The memory will be on the market by the end of January 2016. No word on pricing as of now but needless to say this memory will be very expensive.

Source: G.SKILL

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