Gingle Releases Triple-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits for Intel Core i7 Processors

Gingle has announced the launch of its triple-channel DDR3 memory kits for Intel Core i7 processors. Gingle’s new RAM modules are available in 3 GB (1 GB x 3) and 6 GB (2 GB x 3) variations as well as 1600MHz and 1800MHz speeds.

Gingle Triple-channel DDR3 Memory Kits for Intel Core i7 ProcessorsGingle has announced the launch of its triple-channel DDR3 memory kits for Intel Core i7 processors. Gingle’s new RAM modules are available in 3 GB (1 GB x 3) and 6 GB (2 GB x 3) variations as well as 1600MHz and 1800MHz speeds.  All variations share the same stock timings (8-8-8-24).  While Gingle’s 16000MHz memory requires 1.65v, it is interesting that Gingle’s 1800MHz modules do not conform to Intel’s recommended voltage, with a 1.8v requirement.  Pricing information has not yet been made public, but it is sure to follow soon.

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