G.Skill Launch 1.35v Eco-Friendly RAM

"G.Skll launch DDR3 memory kits with stability and lower power usage in mind."

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Eco Friendly DDR3 RAM
 
G.Skill ECO Friendly 1.35v DDR3 RAMG.Skill, manufacturer of enthusiasts based memory and sold state drives, has today released their ECO low voltage, 1.35v DDR3 memory kits for Intel's Lynnfield Core i5 and i7 processor based platforms. The 1.35v modules are designed to be environmentally friendly and ultimately save customers money whilst improving efficiency and power usage.
 
G.Skill's own initial testing show that the modules require 18% less VDIMM and produce 16% lower temperatures than standard modules. This leads to improved stability. The modules are expected to be available soon in 4GB kits consisting of both 1333Mhz and 1600Mhz kits, with CL7, CL8 and CL9 latencies.
 
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09-10-2009, 06:48:26

Socks
Looking for 6 rubber gaskets for 120mm fans for rads? anyone got some?

Thanks guys..

Socks

09-10-2009, 07:40:49

k4p84
I believe I do mate.

I'll check when I get in.

If I have not got back to you tonight PM me as I will have clearly forgotten :-)

Ed

09-10-2009, 07:42:38

Socks
cool shall do dude...

10-10-2009, 14:31:16

k4p84
Hey mate

Got four 80mm ones and two 120mm ones.

I'll send you the lot for a couple of quid for postage.

Quick pic link

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v624/muggleton/IMAG01541.jpg

Ed

11-10-2009, 09:13:34

Socks
thanks dude...

I ideally need 4 120mm ones...

If nothing else crops up...ill give you a pm and we'll continue this thread..that funky?
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