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G.Skill Unveils Ripjaws Performance DDR3 Memory

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  1. btarunr

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    G.Skill International Co. Ltd., a world leader in extreme performance memory with solid quality, today unveiled the Gaming Series- Ripjaws performance DDR3 Dual-channel 1.65 volts memory solution with speeds ranging from 1333 to 1866MHz. G.SKILL also preparing production DDR3 dual-channel memory kits speeds range from 2000MHz CL9 to 2200MHz CL8 for upcoming Intel platform.

    G.Skill Ripjaw Gaming Series Memory are designed to combine a performance DDR3 dual-channel memory solution with speeds ranging from 1,333 to 1,866MHz at just 1.65 Volts. At these speeds, G.Skill has optimised the high performance DIMMs for reliability so gamers get amazing FPS, while maintaining a solid overclock so your PC will not fail from memory errors mid-game.

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    G.Skill Ripjaws Gaming Series Memory feature the latest heatspreader design for the ultimate in extreme aesthetics and sleek aluminium cooling. G.Skill Ripjaw Gaming Series Memory and as usual features the industry leading limited lifetime warranty and G.Skill ever ready technical backup.

    Source: G.Skill
     
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    it looks cool:)
     
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    The heatsink looks cool but they should make the memory PCB black or red, now that would be just damn sexy.
     
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    I just love the name "Ripjaw". Sounds like an old He-Man character.
     
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    your too old to remember He-Man.......Heeeeeeeeeee-Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnn
     
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    "Ripjaws"? Brings back memories of the first "Saw" movie....
     
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    Doubles as a spare chainsaw blade to tear through those benchmarks :p

    What's nice about these is their low profile so they don't get in the way of wide coolers.
     
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    Looks sweet:)
     
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    Nm the ripjaw ram, I want the 'Lockjaw' ram.
     
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    Ha ha, I like that He-Man recall and the double as a chainsaw blade! I love the name, wonder what the specs on the timings are.
     
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    wonder what chips lie under those heat spreaders
     

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