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    G.Skill DDR4 memory breaks world record 5,500MHz

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    Re: G.Skill DDR4 memory breaks world record 5,500MHz

    no use in the real world whats so ever

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    Re: G.Skill DDR4 memory breaks world record 5,500MHz

    still better than my 2667mhz ryzen

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    Re: G.Skill DDR4 memory breaks world record 5,500MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    no use in the real world whats so ever
    Yeah, but neither is any 7.5GHz overclock on 1 core of an i7 processor... It's merely a "look at what we can do."

    It's similar to a Bugatti Veyron doing 266mph, it's entirely pointless to the average road user, but it's nice to know that your one million pound supercar can go that fast.

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