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Gskill Releases RipjawsZ DDR3 2400MHz 64gb Quad Channel Memory Kit
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Gskill Releases RipjawsZ DDR3 2400MHz 64gb Quad Channel Memory Kit

Sam ChenDecember 14, 2011

Do you get turned on by a lot of memory? Is your pick up line “My PC has 64gb of DDR3 2400MHz”?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, Gskill has got you covered. They’ve just released their new 64gb kit of Ripjaws Z DDR3 2400MHz memory.  Read below for the full press release.

Press Release

Following the exciting announcement of its extreme RipjawsZ series quad channel DDR3 memory, G.Skill has once again pushed the DDR3 memory performance to the boundary, and successfully developed the super sized & super speed DDR3 2400MHz CL10 64GB(8GBx8) kit, exclusively for Intel X79 platform.

Every single memory module of this epic 2400MHz 64GB kit is hand-tested, hand-picked by G.Skill legendary R&D team. All the chips are highly selected and tested with G.Skill rigorous internal validation process to ensure the maximum stability, while maintaining a decent overclocking headroom. The following screen shows the super kit under memtest burning test with ASUS Rampage 4 Extreme motherboard and Intel 3960K processor.

All G.Skill memory products come with a lifetime warranty and the G.Skill technical team is always ready to provide consumers with complete technical support via online forums, telephone and email.

About G.Skill

Established in 1989 by computer hardware enthusiasts, G.Skill is a leading memory & Solid State Drive manufacturer based in Taipei, Taiwan. The company’s top priority is quality. All of the products undergo a series of the most rigorous tests and strict quality control processes. In addition to a committed, qualified IC testing house to examine the products, all G.Skill products are 100% tested to ensure the highest yield, reliability and quality.

About The Author
Sam Chen
Hardware and Technology Enthusiast. SSD Evangelist. Editor-in-Chief.

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