G.Skill Unveils 2,000 MHz Tri-Channel DDR3 Kits

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chookman

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Nice to see DDR3 is going the same way as DDR2 :S not

Marketing bull and production of faster RAM that doesn't provide real world advantages. Even Triple Channel on i7 doesnt seem to provide much difference compared to Dual in real world apps.
 

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wanna here more marketing bs? an object priced at $199.99 would outsell a product priced at $200.00 but a fairly large margin.


those antibacterial commercials don't kill 99.9% of germs, they kill all if used correctly. but 99.9% sells better.
 
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I always assumed it meant that 0.1% of germs were the indestructible terminator type that couldn't be killed without wiping out the planet in the process.
 
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1.9V for DDR3 memory? i think that is a mistake.
that could be DDR2 dual channel memory
actually they say 16,5V.
It's 200Mhz memory on 16V =>2Ghz :)

No, serious,they did type 16,5V!
 
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