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Monday, 15 June 2009 11:36

G.Skill launches its new 2133 Core i7 kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Perfect Storm kit and a new fan


G.Skill has officially announced its new Perfect Storm series DDR3 2133MHz 6GB kit. In addition to its fastest triple-channel kit, G.Skill has also announced the retail availability of its new Turbulence Fan memory cooler.

The new 6GB Perfect Storm series works at 2133MHz with 9-9-9-24 latencies and at Core i7 loving 1.65 Volts. As every other kit in G.Skill's Perfect Storm series, this one will also be bundled with the dual fan memory cooler.

The new Turbulence Fan cooler has a single 60mm fan that spins at 3500RPM and provides 7.75CFM of airflow while producing 21.2dBA of noise. Due to the larger fan, G.Skill's Turbulence Fan cooler provides more airflow with less noise when compared to other dual fan solutions.

Unfortunately, G.Skill has not announced the price of its new Perfect Storm kit but we are sure that this one will hit retail pretty soon.

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