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G.Skill Keeps a Low Profile with Ares Extreme Performance Kits

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News Posted: Wed, Feb 8 2012 2:56 PM
G.Skill’s new Ares DDR3 memory kits are DIMMs with low-profile heat spreaders (measuring a total of 3.2cm in height) and are designed to accommodate bulky coolers and small form factor cases. They’re Intel XMP-compliant, sport orange or blue color schemes, and come in a variety of configurations (8GB-32GB, 1333MHz-2133MHz) as seen in the chart below.





G.Skill Launches Its New Ares! Low Profile Extreme Performance DDR3 Memory Kits
- Trouble free with super large CPU coolers -

Taipei-Taiwan - February 8th 2012. G.Skill, the worldwide leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, has announced the brand new Ares series low profile performance DDR3 memory.

Stylish Low Profile Heat Spreader
Featured with low profile heat spreader design (3.2cm in height), G.Skill Ares series DDR3 memory modules are the perfect choices for building high performance PCs with large CPU coolers, small form factor desktop computers or any other systems with more restricted space.

The Best Compatibility and Reliability
Every Ares memory kit is hand-tested with G.Skill rigorous internal validation process to ensure the maximum stability and compatibility with both Intel and AMD platforms.

XMP Ready
Compliant with the latest Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profile) function, G.Skill Ares series DDR3 memory provides PC enthusiasts and extreme gamers a trouble free overclocking experience on Intel platforms, while enjoying the enhanced memory bandwidth.

Specifications are subject to change without notice. For further details please check the G.Skill website at www.gskill.com.

All G.Skill memory products come with a lifetime warranty and the G.Skill technical team is always ready to provide consumers with complete technical support via online forums, telephone and email.
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Erakith replied on Wed, Feb 8 2012 3:55 PM

These look AWESOME.

I like the "extreme" looking heat spreaders but they just aren't fathomable when you're trying to build a computer with an aftermarket cooler. These solve that - and still look neat to boot.

 

The 1600MHZ 8-8-8-24 also has the best timings of the pack, if GSkill can keep the 16GB kit under $100 they'll sell in abundance. 

Also;Dat orange.

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