Computex 2015: G.Skill Shows New Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD - Memory Keyboards and mouse

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As always, G.skill is present at Computex.  It is always good to see how well they are doing. On display the latest DDR3 and DDR4 kits but also a new prototype PCIe SSD (blazing fast), an Cherry RGB based Keyboard, mouse and headset.

The new kits are bound to set a record or two as GSKILL is part of an overclocking competition here on site. Prominent on display the the latest batches of DDR4 Ripjaws memory modules that certainly seem to rip some stuff a new hole. In their recent testing they already passed 4062 MHz. Have a peek at some booth photos and memory kits below. Lovely is the new Ripjaws KM780 MX keyboard, it has Cherry MX switches and can be utilized and programmed with all the colors of the rainbow per key. 

Available in two lighting flavors, full range RGB and crimson red, the KM780 RGB and KM780 MX are fully loaded mechanical keyboards designed and built with durability and practicality in mind for the ultimate gaming and typing experience. Featuring Cherry MX Red and Brown key switches with 50 million key-press lifecycle and a braided 2.0m USB cable, allows the Ripjaws KM780 series keyboard to last for years of daily usage.

The KM780 RGB and KM780 MX keyboard is capable of storing your settings within onboard memory, so you’ll have a personalized keyboard experience no matter which computer you’re connected to. You can store up to three independent modes of settings on the keyboard, easily switchable via Mode hotkeys (M1-M3), each containing its own lighting patterns, macro setup, timer setting, key delay and repeat rate, polling rate, and various other settings, so you can have a personalized keyboard layout for each different gaming character, in-game skillsets, or special macro shortcuts for different applications. Combined with per-key programmability and per-key lighting options, as well as 6 extra dedicated macro keys, the possibilities are endless with the G.SKILL Ripjaws KM780 series mechanical keyboard.

The G.SKILL Ripjaws series PC power supply units consists of four models ranging from 750 watts up to 1250 watts, suitable for the needs of all PC system builders whether it’s a high-end workstation or a gaming oriented system. All four Ripjaws series PSU feature a full module design that allows cleaner cable management and better case airflow.

The Ripjaws PS750G/PS850G models, certified with 80 PLUS Gold and rated for 90% efficiency, along with the Ripjaws PS850P/PS1250P models, certified with 80 PLUS Platinum and rated for 92% efficiency, can lower your overall operating cost and lower internal system temperature.

Next to the above mentioned they also will release a line of Ripjaws power supplies soon and their new Trident Z memory series. The new Trident Z series comes with high quality aluminum heatspreaders and a customized bar in various colors, providing PC builders the options to match their own system’s color scheme, while maintaining efficient heat dissipation. Kickass will be the new Phoenix Blade PCIE SSD, this PCI-Express 3.0 compatible NVMe device will set new records at read/write of 2600/2400 MB/sec with 4K IOPS performance on the 200/300K ranges. The device will become available in capacities up-to 2 TB.

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