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We got the opportunity to see what G.Skill have been working on lately and here is the outcome.
What we are about to look at, is there new lineup of performance memory for Intel and AMD based systems. The product line is called G.Skill Flare. The Intel kit is consisting 3 modules, each on 4 GB.
They are specified at DDR3-2000 6-9-9-24 1.65v targeted at Intel Gulftown based systems. The Flare kit for AMD is consisting of 4 module, each on 2 GB and they are specified at DDR3-1800 7-8-7-24 1.65 and targeted at AMD systems.
By judging on the timings, the AMD kit would be fun to try on a Intel P55 based system, duo to the likeness that there is Elpida IC`s underneath the hood. Which doesn’t seems to be the case with the Intel based kit.