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Sunday, 30 September 2007 23:00

G.Skill launches PC2-8000

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1000MHz DDR2 available

 

G.Skill International Enterprise launched some DDR2-1000 CL5-5-5-15 (F2-8000CL5D-4GBPQ).

If you have just invested in a new DDR2 motherboard and you are reluctant to make the jump to DDR3 in the near future, then this is the product for you. It comes in 4GB kits (Matched Pair of 2*2GB modules) and will be aimed at the enthusiast market segment.

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Johnson Huang, G.Skill CEO had this to say:“We believe our DDR2-1000 PQ will bring you a whole new experience in next generation PC."

The PQ series is designed to give you the best quality DDR2 Ram at low latency settings of 5 (CL), 5 (TRCD), 5 (TRP), 15 (TRAS). The DDR2 comes with a guaranteed clock speed of 1000MHz (PC2-8000), backed up by a Lifetime warranty.

Read more here.

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