G.Skill Releasing Low Latency, High Capacity Memory Modules In Time For The Holidays

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Missed a space in the second to last paragraph between XMP and 2.0. Also, there's a misplaced space in between 3200 under the Ripjaws V picture.

It's pretty cool to see such high capacities that run so fast.
 

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Taken long enough!! Was hoping to have 16GB modules years ago when DDR3 was still fresh. I think there was only 1 DDR3 NON-ECC kit ever made with 16GB modules and it cost as much as a high end video card. There needs to be more then just 1 kit to make the price more reasonable.
 

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You're clearly copying and pasting this from whatever program you used to write it up with. I think the formatting of the first is causing unusual line breaks in the pasted copy. That probably explains why we see random spaces like 1 6 instead of 16.

The first sentence of a paragraph you say they offer up to 64GB packages. In the same paragraph, you typo stating 4 x 32 is an option.

The screenshot you have there shows 64GB (16GBx4) being stressed.
 

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PC4-24000 is another name for DDR4-3000, PC4-25600 is another name for DDR4-3200.

24000 and 25600 is the bandwidth per channel/stick in MB/s.
 

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Still not on par with fast DDR3, but defiantly getting a step closer to it on the other hand lower voltage and higher capacity at least.
 

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I have the Ripjaws V DDR4 2133 and I'm running mine at 12-12-12-28 my mobo a AS Rock H170m Pro4S has three modes with a new BIOS update Comfort, Sport, Sport+. On comfort it runs at 15-15-15-35, Sport is 14-14-14-34, and Sport+ is 12-12-12-28 I think these should do the same. Just a heads up guys.
 

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Can someone post the equation to calculate ram speed. I want to compare DDR4 32gb (2 x 16gb) chips of 3200 at 14-14-14-34 and 3000 at 15-15-15-35.

thanks

Ben
 

Sakkura

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The memory bandwidth (in MB/s) per channel is the data rate (3000 or 3200 MT/s in your case) times 8. Multiply by the number of channels, eg. 2 for dual channel.

The latency (in nanoseconds) is the timing divided by the data rate, multiplied by 2000.

So a dual channel kit of DDR4-3200 CL14-14-14-34 has a memory bandwidth of 51200 MB/s, and latencies of 8.75-8.75-8.75-21.25 nanoseconds.
 
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