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[Day 1] Computex 2011 Round-up: Memory, Storage, SSD

VR-Zone gives a round up all the latest and greatest Memory, Storage and SSD products from Computex Taipei 2011. 

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G.Skill was having a live overclocking session on their memory modules with Liquid Nitrogen.

One of the setup showed the Trident series triple channel kit running at stock of 2200MHz, an impressive speed on the X58 platform.

Another setup with the G1 Assassin with G.Skill's Sniper Series gave low timings at speeds of 24GB. What impressive was the system was able to run all 6 x 4GB kits at this speeds was amazing. 

Flare Series from G.Skill was also on show on various systems. Flare series DDR3 modules are suited best for AMD platforms. High memory speeds at 2133MHz for a 16GB kit was unheard of on an AMD platform. Take note that these systems are actually 990FX chipset motherboards. 

Lastly for G.Skill, there were also RIPJAW X series targetted for the Intel 6 series platform. With 2300MHz speed at timings of 7-10-7-28, these pair of RAMs should be named one of the best DDR3 modules on the market.

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