Since Sandy Bridge-E CPUs are almost here, and with so many motherboards out or on the way too, Exceleram decided to introduce a memory kit that can keep up with everything the beasts can do.
With latencies of CL 9-9-9-24 and frequency of 1,333 MHz, the modules that make up the 32 GB quad-channel Grand kit are four in number and, obviously, have individual capacities of 8 GB.
Red heatspreaders cover them, since so much memory in one place is bound to produce more heat than the stuffy, or even ventilated, air inside a case can cool on its own.
Exceleram's memory offering operates at 1.5V and should start shipping soon, probably by the end of the month.
The report that mentioned them didn't have anything to say about the price, however.