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Tuesday, 02 December 2008 13:41

G.Skill announces new DDR3 kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Pi Black DDR3 at 2,000MHz

Taiwan-based G.Skill International has announced its newest addition to its Pi Black Series, the DDR3 2,000MHz kit. Designed for Intel's X58/Core i7 platform, these kits are a part of G.Skill's award winning Pi Black Series and will be available as a 6 or 3GB kit.

According to the product page at gskill.com, these kits will work at 2,000MHz with 9-9-9-24 latencies. The Pi Black DDR3 X58 series is also available as a PC3-12800, DDR3-1600 3 and 6GB kits with same latencies and all of these kits are designed with a six-layer PCB.

All kits are rated to work at 1.65 Volts, and feature a lifetime warranty. Unfortunately, the price of these new kits is still unknown.

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