G.Skill Beats Their Record With A 3200 MHz Ripjaws V 128GB DDR4 Memory Kit

👤by Noah Cunning Comments 📅31.01.2016 01:45:44


A few weeks back on January 11th, G.Skill announced a 128GB kit running at 3000 MHz, and today unexpectedly they announced a 128GB kit running at 3200 MHz. Shortly after G.Skill’s 3000 Mhz kit released Corsair came close to taking their world record but they didn't quite get there.

But G.Skill wants to make sure they are at the top of the charts with their RAM, The kit comes with eight 16 GB modules exclusively for the X99 chipset. G.Skill of course included a custom Intel XMP2.0 profile, which brings plug and play support to supported motherboards. These modules come with some tight timings: CL14-14-14-34 – same as the 3000 MHz kit.

Coming in at $1,069.99 USD you'll have plenty of time to empty your wallet before they release in late February.

SOURCE: Toms Hardware

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