G.Skill

G.Skill reveals new AEGIS memory kits

29.10.2013: G.Skill has rather silently introduced its newest AEGIS memory series that will be available in DDR3-1600 and DDR3-1333 flavors with capacities of up to 16GB (8GBx2).
Paired up with a new AEGIS heatspreader with either the gold or silver logo and black PCB, the AEGIS series will be available in both standard and low-profile versions, 8 and 16GB kits or as a 4GB module and will work at either 1333MHz at 1.35V and CL9-9-9-24 latencies or 1600MHz at 1.5V and CL11-11-11-28 latencies, depending on the SKU.

As it was the case with all previous G.Skill memory kits, the AEGIS series will also be backed by a lifetime warranty. Unfortunately, we still do not have any information regarding the price or the availability date of the new AEGIS series.










More information: GSkill.com.

English by Slobodan Simic and Marc Büchel - German by William Zwingenberger, Marc Büchel - French by Marine Degli Agosti - Italian by Francesco Daghini

comments powered by Disqus
Other articles
02.05.2016 - Intel Core i7-7700K Kaby Lake CPU detailed
02.05.2016 - COD: Infinite Warfare gets a first trailer
02.05.2016 - AMD Polaris architecture site goes live
02.05.2016 - Battlefield 5 world premiere coming on May 6
02.05.2016 - Lian Li introduces new black and white PC-O5SW PC case
02.05.2016 - Racoon hits 6,711MHz on Core i5-6600K
02.05.2016 - Third GP104 SKU could be 192-bit GTX 1060 Ti
02.05.2016 - EVGA teases new X99 FTW K motherboard
02.05.2016 - Rig of the Day - Green Jade
30.04.2016 - Rig of the Day - Weekly Report #135
29.04.2016 - Phanteks announces new version of Evolv PC case
29.04.2016 - HP unveils US $499 price high-end Chromebook
29.04.2016 - MSI launches two new Intel C232-based motherboards
29.04.2016 - Racoon hits 6.7GHz with Core i5-6600K
29.04.2016 - New Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare details leak
29.04.2016 - Enermax unveils the new D.F. Pressure 120mm fan
29.04.2016 - Rig of the Day - Copper
28.04.2016 - Chromium OS now runs on Raspberry Pi
28.04.2016 - Sandisk announces the new Z410 SSD series
28.04.2016 - Intel wants to replace headphone jack with USB Type-C