Tuesday 1 July 2014

TeamAU shows 4000 MHz G.Skill memory on air cooling

TeamAU have partnered with G.Skill and Gigabyte to show how easy it is to achieve 4000 MHz memory clock with G.Skill 3100 MHz modules and the Gigabyte SOC Force LN2 edition.

In this video the CPU is on liquid nitrogen as the integrated memory controller needs colder temperatures to support this high memory clock, however the memory is on stock standard air cooling.

Only 12 months ago 4000 MHz was the memory frequency overall world record, all that has changed is the Z98 chipset and higher quality bins of Hynix MFR memory.

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