Overclockers Push G.Skill RAM To 3,163 MHz At Swiss Gaming Night

Subject: Memory | June 28, 2013 - 10:09 AM |
Tagged: gskill, ddr3, overclocking, LN2, swiss gaming night

G.Skill recently announced that its DDR3 memory modules were used to break three memory frequency records at an overclocking event in Zurich, Switzerland. Professional over lockers Marine, TaPaKaH, and Christian Ney joined in on the fun at Swiss Gaming Night to break the CL5, CL6, and CL7 categories.

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In a system with an Intel Haswell Core i7-4770K and 4GB of dual channel DDR3 G.Skill RAM, the overclockers achieved some impressive results, reaching 2,951 MHz at CL5, 3,136 MHz at CL6, and 3,163 MHz at CL7.

  Clockspeed CAS Latency
4GB DDR3 2,951 MHz 5-11-7-28
4GB DDR3 3,136 MHz 6-11-7-28
4GB DDR3 3,163 MHz 1-12-8-30

These are some impressive overclocks, which were aided by copious amounts of LN2. More information can be found in this press release.

 

Source: G.Skill
June 28, 2013 | 12:18 PM - Posted by willmore (not verified)

Do they actually have to do anything to test the memory or just boot windows and run CPU-Z?

July 1, 2013 | 09:18 AM - Posted by Kevin (not verified)

"Professional Overclockers?" You can make a living overclocking PC's?

Damn I think I've wasted two college degrees.

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