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Friday, 07 August 2009 16:45

G.Skill working on a new DDR3 line

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The Ripjaws

G.Skill is working on a new product line of memory kits that will be sold under RipJaws name. The interesting info is that G.Skill plans to release a DDR3 kit that will work at a quite impressive 2,200Mhz.

The first kits that will show up in retail/e-tail will be a dual-channel kits working at speeds from 1333 to 1866MHz at 1.65V. Unfortunately, G.Skill still hasn't listed these kits on its website so we are not sure which latencies the new ones are working on.

More interesting are the 2,000MHz CL9 and 2,200MHz CL8 Ripjaws kits that G.Skill is preparing for the upcoming Inte Lynnfieldl platform.

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Last modified on Friday, 07 August 2009 17:51
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