|29-10-2012, 04:10 AM||#1|
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[Anandtech.com] G.Skill TridentX Review: 2x4GB at DDR3-2666 C11-13-13 1.65V
Next in our line of memory reviews is a kit I have actually had at my work desk for a while. In the land of overclockers, synthetics are everything – if it can get a higher number on a screen, and that number can be pushed, then it is worth it. Thus in comes G.Skill with their high end TridentX range, pushing the boat from DDR3-2400 C10 (both 4GB and 8GB modules) all the way up to DDR3-2800 C11 (4GB modules only). The kit we are testing today falls right in the middle of all of this, being a 2x4 GB kit of DDR3-2666 11-13-13. This is an 8 GB kit that retails at $170, and for that money we could easily pick up a 2x8 GB 2400 C10 kit. Proof will be in the pudding as we put this kit through the testing suite – let us see if it is actually relevant for day-to-day use.
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