G.Skill Memory Set Whopping 31 Overclock Records At Computex 2024

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Huge Achievement For G.Skill!

[Press Release] G.Skill is no stranger to setting new records. Its memory kits have been used to set various benchmarks, but the latest result may be the company’s most impressive one yet.

According to G.Skill, its memory set a whopping 31 overclocking records during Computex 2024.

G,Skill Memory World Records
This List Shows The Aforementioned Records

The company elaborates that three of these were brand-new world records, 11 were global first-place records, and 17 were hardware first-place records. Accompanying G.Skill’s memory kits were Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, etc.

Thanks to their high-quality motherboards, the memory kits could go beyond their limitations. G.Skill has also thanked all the competitive overclockers for this achievement. The company states that this record would not be possible without their assistance.

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