G.Skill releases the fastest memory in the world!

"Since its last groundbreaking launch in January 2010, G.Skill has been looking to satisfy the demands of the top overclockers and PC enthusiasts all over the world, which is a challenge in its self. G.Skill together with ASUS managed to give us the world’s fastest memory."

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G.Skill last came with its ground breaking memory kit in January this year, since then they have been pushing the boundaries and continually working to develop a high performance memory kit. Satisfying the demands of top overclockers and PC enthusiasts such as ourselves is a hard job to do but G.Skill seem to have pulled it off with this kit.

G.Skill have got together with ASUS, the leading motherboard manufacturer, to push the hardware limit even further than before. The result is the DDR3 2,500 MHz extreme performance dual channel 2GB x2 memory kit. The amazing 2,500 MHz CL9-11-9-28 is only 1.65V which has been specifically designed for the Intel Core-i7 860 and 870 processors.

This DDR3 2,500 MHz kit has passed many strict tests on some of ASUS's top motherboards including the ASUS P7P55D-E Deluxe and P7P55D-E EVO. With no mention of the price yet it can be expected to be worth your weight in gold as the must have memory kit for 2010 so far.

G.Skill releases the fastest memory in the world!

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29-03-2010, 04:00:55

Just like with Internet Explorer 9, Windows XP users will not be able to upgrade to Windows Live Essentials 2010 / Wave 4.

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30-03-2010, 14:32:51

hmmm, I guess XP users will have to use non-microsoft software to do what this essentials stuff does.

There's no real reason to strap this down to Vista+ other than to move people away from XP.

30-03-2010, 19:01:30


There's no real reason to strap this down to Vista+ other than to move people away from XP.

exactly tryin to force people to upgrade! i find this so wrong!

18-04-2010, 17:42:11

Hmmm not really, its quite common for companies to drop support for legacy software/hardware so they can focus on spending more bug fixing/improvements for thier latest products.

And XP has been extended for support so many times from when microsoft did intend to stop supporting XP, much like ATI has ended support for its legacy products so they can focus on thier newer, current gen hardware.

19-04-2010, 07:14:12

I'd fundamentally agree with u if this were a package that was, and needed to be, specific to a particular OS. It's not a kind of thing where u would consider an OS type as any advantage in terms of what it does.

XP users will find alternatives. Or even some clever chap who'll hack a way to install such things.

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