G.Skill hasn’t just been showing new SSDs at CeBIT but also Sandy Bridge optimized DDR3 memory modules. G.Skill RipjawsX comes with frequencies up to 2300 MHz, while timings will be held at aggressive levels for maximal memory performance.
G.Skill showed two RipjawsX kits where the red thread was performance. The entry kit of the RipjawsX series is specified to 2133 MHz and CL6 timings. If you chose the faster kit you get 2300 MHz memory frequency and fine CL7 timings, which makes them a perfect fit for Intel’s P67 platform.
When G.Skill’s new RipjawsX modules is available and what they will cost we don’t know yet.