Monday, January 3rd 2011

G.Skill Launches Its RipjawsX Series Memory Designed for Intel Sandy Bridge

G.Skill has announced the development of its brand new RipjawsX series memory modules, designed specifically for Intel Sandy Bridge LGA1155 processors, and H67 and P67 motherboard platforms. The new RipjawsX series consists of a complete range of memory solution, from DDR3 1,333MHz, 1,600MHz, 1,866MHz, 2,133MHz, 2,200MHz to 2,300MHz. Combined with the Intel’s highly anticipated Sandy Bridge platform, G.Skill RipjawsX series memory kits deliver more bandwidth and performance than ever. The following screen shows ultimate 25K MB/s bandwidth at extreme memory speed of 2300MHz CL7.

Building on the strong success of the first generation Ripjaws brand in performance memory kits, every single RipjawsX memory kit is hand-tested on an Intel Sandy Bridge platform in accordance with G.Skill's strict internal testing procedure, to ensure the best in class performance, compatibility and reliability across a range of popular motherboards. It is the perfect memory solution for PC gamers, performance workstations, enthusiast power users and anyone who loves the cutting-edge of technology! The following list shows the detail specifications of G.Skill RipjawsX family.

All G.Skill memory products come with lifetime warranty and the G.Skill technical team is always ready to provide consumers with complete technical support via online forums, telephone and email.
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16 Comments on G.Skill Launches Its RipjawsX Series Memory Designed for Intel Sandy Bridge

#1
micropage7
nice ram, from the appearance its pretty solid
but i dunno the fins remembering me to sabertooth's hsf
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#2
Kentaro
Looks solid and nice. G.Skill has been making good stuff recently. I'm coming 8GB kit:D
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#3
Cold Storm
Battosai
I love it.. They show you pictures of the ram in a Gigabyte p67-ud7 board, but a screen shot is a Asus.. lol.. Oh, those Easterners

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#5
Cold Storm
Battosai
by: Mike0409
Wow! I like the looks of that board.
I know! it's the only reason why I'd even think about going 1156.. lol

by: Mike0409

On Topic: Very flashy memory, definitely liking it.
I like it a lot better.. The design just looks better then all those "teeth" cuts.. IMHO
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Love the board and the memory as well. Im sure these would work well in AMD as well. Wow exciting stuff!
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#7
Parad0x
What about if your cpu (like most) won't do 108bclk needed to obtain 2300 mem freq?
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by: Parad0x
What about if your cpu (like most) won't do 108bclk needed to obtain 2300 mem freq?
You can tune the RAM separately with Sandy Bell...aa..Bridge CPUs ;)
#10
blu3flannel
I like those blue ones, they look even better than my current ones. Hopefully the price tag won't be too ridiculous.
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#11
theonedub
habe fidem
About time the move to the black PCB, nothing looks more tacky than green PCB RAM :(
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Parad0x
by: TAViX
You can tune the RAM separately with Sandy Bell...aa..Bridge CPUs ;)
Max memory multi on Sandy Bridge is 21.33X. Most CPUs won't do anything over 104bclk. Gskill making a "Sandy certified" 2300 kit seems little pointless imho.
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#14
makwy2
I like Ripjaws... I own Ripjaws.. I suggest Ripjaws all the time BUT I just gotta say.. these new Ripjaws are really sexy/handsome components. If I have a full window on my next machine I'm going to need to grab me some of these.
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by: Parad0x
Max memory multi on Sandy Bridge is 21.33X. Most CPUs won't do anything over 104bclk. Gskill making a "Sandy certified" 2300 kit seems little pointless imho.
Hmmm...you sure the max multipl is 21.33x?? I thought is around 30x, by maybe I'm wrong. I don't know. Do you have a linky for that?
#16
Parad0x
All Sandybridge CPUs support up to DDRIII-2133 DRAM Ratio when been used with P67 chipset regardless if it is a K or not. (A 21.33 x BCLK Ram speed in other words) Other ratios including the 1866 (18.66xBCLK), 1600 (16xBCLK), 1333 (13.33x BCLK) and lower are also available for your pick when needed.
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You can divide the mem freq by the bclk from the screenie provided by gskill.
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