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G.Skill TridentX 8GB 2400mhz Memory Review (Z77 platform)

MaxxMem2 PreView is a handy, free program to rate memory performance. It can be downloaded over here.


At these speeds the memory scores well in MaxxMem, although the Quad Channel kits are literally miles ahead in the memory read test.

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  • Peter

    G.Skill rock. bought two memory kits from them recently and I got my ripsjawz to 2133mhz from 1600mhz. amazing company

  • Brian

    Love the company too, however. 2,400mhz memory hasn’t got me yet. I think 1,600mhz is fine for almost everyone. apart from the mad overclockers or people making money from rendering/encoding.

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  • javier

    I have better results…
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