Tom's Hardware Ask Me Anything – G.SKILL

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Cwright7930

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How do you keep your pricing so consistent through multiple ranges? Like your X series goes from 1600 - 2400 yet all remains around the same price point.
 

kevikom

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What is the future of memory... not just with your company but Memory in general.... I ahve seen a lot of posibilities from using so called memristors to TSVs for stacked memory to combined CPU/GPU memory...each promising insane bandwidth... but in the real world, what will we see in the next couple years
 

will1220

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Because they are the HIGHEST rated memory module manufacturer. If you don't believe me, go to newegg and go memory > desktop memory and sort by "Best Rating" set page to list view and view 100 items per page. See how many of their products are on the list (hint: They have the top 7 highest rated spots and a total of 58 of the 100 spots)

I have used G.Skill for more than two dozen computer builds and never had a single one be DOA or not last the lifetime of the computer.
 

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When can we expect a DDR4 3200...Also, with DDR4, would consumers require dual or quad channels or will we be able to get the same bandwidth on a single channel?
 

bharatwd

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When can we expect a DDR4 3200...Also, with DDR4, would consumers require dual or quad channels or will we be able to get the same bandwidth on a single channel?
 

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Would it be possible to develop an online ordering system, where you could choose your spec of RAM and then select from a range of colours for the heat spreaders so you can match it with the colour scheme of the rest of your system?
 
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