Packaging ... hey we show you everything my man, we always start off with packaging so you know what to look for in the stores -- it's as simple as that really. And yes .. that might now be the final packaging. Hey we just care what's on the inside right. As you can see this kit comes with G.Skills a memory fan and installation guide.
Here we have the DIMMs after unpacking. This is the 4GB 2000 MHz kit = PC3 16000 with 2x 2GB DIMMs. Overall a nice design, wish that the PCB would have been black though. The heat spreaders are made out of aluminum for optimal heat conductivity. This kit can manage latencies of 7-9-7-24 at 1.65 Volts, and that is pretty impressive stuff alright! Labels is a Command rate 2T but we noticed they also run at a command rate of 1T at that frequency.
Very simple stuff, but the details of the modules can be read from a small sticker. You can spot the SKU code and generic info on there. Also primary info like latencies are displayed. It's good to see voltages being reported on there as well. A lot of memory producers lack this info, yet it is so important. Missing on the sticker is the command rate though.
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