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  • Computex 2008 Day 2
  • Computex 2008 Day 2



    GSkill was our last unofficial stop of Day 2, we had to leave the Nangang building to meet some friends at the Grand Hyatt which also gave us an opportunity to visit the Taiwan memory maker GSkill.

    As with most memory makers GSkill has a wide selection of memory products from every day memory modules to the varying levels of overclocker and enthusiast lines.
    One of the big focuses with all of the memory makers is enhanced cooling.  Corsair started the whole trend with the DHX technology and since then everybody has started to follow with similar products.  GSkill has opted to offer configurable cooling tops to their memory that can be setup for passive or active cooling schemes.
    The Pi series is also new and features an extended heatsink in an alternating arc pattern.  Half pi’s if you will.  (sorry poor math joke)