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Tuesday, May 04, 2010
ASUS and G.Skill Enable Highest DDR3 Overclocking


Working together with memory manufacturer G.Skill, ASUS has achieved a record-breaking performance out of brand new dual-channel DDR3 memory, reaching frequencies of 2.5GHz.

Obtaining such speeds on dual-channel DDR3 required quite a significant amount of tuning and experimentation. The feat was finally accomplished on ASUS P7P55D-E Deluxe and P7P55D-E EVO motherboards, which have significant overclocking feature enablement built in to their designs.

The DDR3 memory in question was also custom-tailored for performance with Intel's new Core i5/i7, with the clear purpose of making the most of the power potential of these capable processors.

The resulting 2.5GHz dual-channel DDR3 memory kit will be offered by G.Skill as part of the company's Trident product line. The dual channel DDR3 2GB x2 memory kit is rated at 2,500MHz CL9-11-9-28 at only 1.65V.



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