ocaholic`s Christian Ney has been invited by G.Skill to join them at Computex in order to break some more memory world records and to show what`s possible with the G.Skill`s latest memory kits. After a bit more then a day Christian Ney already comes up with a new world record, pushing G.Skill memory modules, which are based on Hynix MFR chips to an incredible 2115.1 MHz (effective 4230.2 MHz)."
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