- Category: Memory
- Published: Monday, 10 March 2014 01:40
- Written by Bartosz Waluk
This is the second time that I have reviewed the G.Skill TridentX memory series here on FunkyKit. A couple of months ago we checked how the TridentX DDR3-2400 CL9 memory performed; it achieved not only one of the highest scores but also the FunkyKit Recommended Award.
Today's review is based on the higher density chips and this kit contains two 8GB memory sticks specified to run at 933MHz (DDR3-1866) with 8-9-9-24 main timings. Anyone who follows the changes of the memory market already know that this specification is pretty good and probably only G.Skill decided to release higher density memory with such tight main timings.
Throughout this review we will find out what the G.Skill TridentX 16GB DDR3-1866 CL9 memory kit has to offer and if it is worthy to be called the best memory available on the market.
G.Skill is one of most popular memory manufacturers nowadays mainly because of their high performance and high quality products. Computer enthusiasts and overclockers already see G.Skill as one of the best choices and trust that everything they buy will be top quality.
All who have never heard about G.Skill can read short note about this brand.
G. SKILL, established in 1989 by enthusiasts, is a leading memory module Manufacturer based in Taipei, Taiwan.
With traditional strengths, we have built an excellent reputation by meeting market demand and fostering business competitiveness both locally and internationally with our dedications to provide competitive prices, On-Time Delivery, Assured Quality, Customer-Oriented Services and Diversity of Products.
At G. SKILL, we apply a top priority to quality standards. All of its products are put through a series of rigorous tests and strict quality control procedures. In addition to commissioning qualified IC testing houses to test our products, they are hand test 100% twice in factory and office, to ensure the highest product yield and quality.
After that introduction let us move to the next page and take a look at specifications and features of the G.Skill TridentX memory.