When Intel launched its new Core i7 Broadwell-E processors for high-end desktops earlier this year, all leading makers of motherboards released their new breed of Intel X99-based products that were supposedly 'optimized' for the new CPUs. Makers of memory modules are also beginning to roll-out their new DDR4 quad-channel kits that can operate at high frequencies with tight timings qualified for the new processors. At IDF this week, G.Skill demonstrated two new 64 GB and 128 GB kits designed for high-end workstations that require significant memory bandwidth. G.Skill’s upcoming quad-channel Trident Z 64 GB (8×8 GB) memory kit is rated to run at 3333 MT/s with CL13 13-13-33 latency settings at 1.35 V. Right now, the company only offers quad-channel 64 GB DDR4-3333 kits with...

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