G.Skill shows off its Z77 extreme dual channel DDR3 memory kits

/ 8 years ago

With CeBIT now ‘unleashed’, many manufacturers are taking their chance at seducing the crowd with new products. G.Skill is one of those that aren’t only offering, but who are also showing what their products are capable of.

The worldwide leading high performance memory designer has showcased its extreme dual channel memory kits during the show. This DDR3 kit offers speeds of 2133MHz for 32GB (4x8GB) of total memory. One of the main features on which the company is insisting is its compatibility with the upcoming Z77 chipset.

To achieve a higher level of performance, G.Skill has been working closely with the leading motherboard manufacturers in order to be ready to provide enthusiasts with the best dual channel memory on the upcoming boards.

At CeBIT 2012, G.Skill has showed off its 32GB super size memory kit at DDR3 2133MHz ultra high speed on the MSI Z77A-GD65 and ASRock Z77 Extreme6 motherboards, both equipped with Intel Core i7 2600K processors.

“It’s just a warm-up. We are working on some faster memory kits and they will be released soon. It’s going to be an exciting time” said Paul Chen, senior R&D manager at G.Skill.

With the Z77 motherboards coming soon, and Ivy Bridge closely following, expect to see these new memory kits on the market soon.

Source: Press Release


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