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Future G.Skill Memory Sets

Memories of the channels' squares At first glance
Extreme processors of , Sandy Bridge-E, are soon arriving at the store shelves and hardware makers are already preparing for the grand launch. Motherboard manufacturers are making boards with LGA2011 brackets and manufacturers The RAM prepares a set of In four channels.
G.Skill is no exception and will also launch memory packs that will contain 4 RAM stacks. Fortunately, we do not have to wait until launch and can Take a quick look at the future kits. The memories of G.Skill will be called RipjawsZ and will arrive with New and slightly larger than that used in previous sets that will come in red or black. In addition, some of the kits will also contain the Turbulence II memory cooling unit.
Memory modules will come in the ZL and ZH models, with ZH modules offering lower frequencies at different frequencies. Memory modules in frequencies -1333 MHz up to -1866 will consume 1.5 volts, memories up to frequency - 2133 will consume 1.6 volts and all the faster models will need 1.65 volts.
Evaluations will offer several configurations in a number of volumes, with the minimum volume being 8 gigabytes and the maximum is 64 gigabytes, in case you are missing a few tens of gigabytes .
The memories will probably be available from the 14 in November,-E.


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  1. a few questions..
    Is there a big advantage on 1 channels over 4?
    Is the cooling by the fans really effective?
    Known to someone about a company / store - where the CL3 and others (low) come from because I couldn't find under 8 in DDR9, maybe I wasn't looking well enough.

  2. What does it give?
    What all this memory gives us when 32 Bit operating systems can only use ram 4 gigabytes

  3. So substitute
    There are 64 bit versions for all operating systems, and about 2005 year most (if not all) processors are 64 enabled.

  4. To TechEnc
    1. It depends on the usage. In principle, 4 channels should be around 1.5 times the traffic volume per second against the same 2 channels.

    This is relevant to reflexes that have continuous access to memory in bulk (MEMCACHE, etc.).

    For most home users, it does not matter that memory is not the bottleneck in most home reflections.

    2) Cooling is effective for memory chip-set but most memories don't need it.

    The thing is that at high frequencies the RAM will heat up in a way that requires a fan in enclosures where the airflow does not reach memory.

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