G.Skill is a well-known Taiwanese company renowned for their performance RAM with great overclocking capabilities. G.Skill has released a wide range of RAM options, such as the Aegis, Trident, and Sniper series. One of their more popular series has to be the Ripjaws range, though. These aggressive-looking sticks have been in many top spec systems and have gained a good reputation in the business.
G.Skill is now expanding on the Ripjaws branding with their new G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB keyboard. This keyboard promises to deliver high performance and high quality to basically mirror what is offered with their RAM range.
We managed to get our hands on the G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB and MX780, which is their new gaming mouse, and thought it best to put both through a test drive to see how they do.
|G.Skill Ripjaws KM780 RGB|
|LAYOUT:||104 keys + dedicated macro and media keys|
|MATERIAL:||Plastic + aluminum|
|MACRO SUPPORT:||Yes, 6 standalone keys|
|WEIGHT:||1.36 kg kg /2.99 lbs.|
|ANTI-GHOSTING:||Full N-Key rollover|
|MEDIA KEYS:||Yes, standalone keys|
|DIMENSIONS:||Keyboard: 172(L) x 518(W) x 48(H) mm,|
|CABLE LENGTH:||1.8 M|
|SWITCH TYPE:||Cherry MX|
|INTERFACE:||Dual USB and audio pass-through|
|Warranty:||2 years limited|