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G.Skill RipjawsX F3-2133C9Q-32GXH 32 GB PC3-17000 1.6 V DDR3

cadaveca

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G.Skill sent us a little surprise, in a 32 GB package. The G.Skill RipjawsX F3-2133C9Q-32GXH kit not only offers huge capacity and speed, but also a little something extra. Intended for P67/Z68, the GSkill F3-2133C9Q-32GXH maxes out the speed, but also the size those platforms offer.

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Nice Dave. What do you think about two of these sets in X79?
 

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Nice Dave. What do you think about two of these sets in X79?

Hard to say. Because I can run 2133 MHz without any IMC voltage increases, chances seem very good at getting 64 GB working, but because of the issues cold-booting on X79 with the tighter XMP profile, I have a hard time just saying "YES!".


G.SKill did show a 64 GB kit @ 2600 on X79:


note the votlages used, and what seems to be LN2 cooling.


Which i think is this kit:

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=460

I think that for 64 GB, those are the modules to run, but note that they are only certified for a specific ASUS motherboard, and there is no 64 GB 2133 MHz kit yet.


I guess I ask for that(64 GB) next. :roll:


;)

This kit might be more affordable:

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=432

There are also similar 2133 MHz 32 GB 9-11-11-31 kits in RipjawsZ and Ares product lines.
 
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Benchmark Scores Faster than yours... I'd bet on it. :)
Thats a beastly IMC to do that 2600Mhz... (and a great clocker to boot as they are associated).

Nice review per usual Cad. :)
 

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Thats a beastly IMC to do that 2600Mhz... (and a great clocker to boot as they are associated).

1.35 V VTT and IMC, LN2 1.75 V vDIMM...meh.:laugh:

Seriously though, that IS pretty killer. Must be Rampage Extreme board too, I think. THe board I use doesn't have all the same clocking options, unfortunately.
 

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tighten that final value down in the timing dept and should be good. This kit will work on AM3/AM3+ that support 32+ GB ram
 
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Have you found low pll to have any effect on memory clocking? Been running 1.65v for awhile and wondered if that's holding me back.
 
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Great review Cad!:toast:

And it looks like G.Skill has pumped out yet another fantastic memory kit.

I hope you get your hands on one of those 64 GB kits, it would be interesting to see how they compare.
 

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Yet another terrific in depth review. Good job and thanks!
 

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Great review Cad!:toast:

And it looks like G.Skill has pumped out yet another fantastic memory kit.

I hope you get your hands on one of those 64 GB kits, it would be interesting to see how they compare.

I think so too. I got 4, 8 ,16, 32 GB G.SKill kits and 64 GB is the next logical step.


However, at the same time, Z77 is about to launch, so I think perhaps the next will be a kit for that platform.
 
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this is awesome, after some busy time at work now i see this after reading this i can finally complete my build
 
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