The new quad channel memory will come in four 4 GB DDR3 sticks running on low CL7 timings of 7-7-7-24 respectively, and have been overclocked at 1969 MHz with 8-8-8-24 timings which is indeed a very excellent feat for 1600 MHz modules.
The rams at a default voltage of 1.65v and come with lifetime warranty from Mushkin.
No matter how hard you try, there are things in this world that just refuse to die. Despite minimal benefits of high speed memory, in most real world applications, consumers, producers both are still in the hunt for the highest spec memory. For consumers it is all about bragging rights; for produces it means much needed revenue. In an environment where memory prices are rock bottom and despite recent bankruptcy of a major memory producer, they just refuse to budge (upwards) significantly.
Today we are going to be looking at G.Skill’s Trident-X 2400MHz memory, a 80 dollar kit that consists of 2 modules of 4GB each. It is designed specifically to take advantage of Ivy Bridge CPUs’ tweaked memory controller which supports higher speed memory.
ASUS has brought a lot to show at this year’s Computex. Ranging from its Matrix HD 7970 to the Dual GPU MARS III GTX 680 X2 graphics card, they have left us Hardware enthusiasts in awe. And now we present to you their latest creation. A Z77 motherboard with a massive 40 Phase power design.
Who doesn’t love anything that has ROG all over it? With Computex just hours away from its start, the average pc enthusiast would be busting with joy when their eyes get to feast on this. More images of ASUS’s ROG Maximus, and V Extreme have finally come to light.