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Wednesday, 12 January 2011 13:49

G.Skill shows its Sandy Bridge memory kits

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Meet the new Ripjaws-X
G.Skill has updated its memory lineup to include new RipjawsX memory kits designed specifically for Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs and H67/P67 chipsets.

The lineup includes over twenty different DDR3 kits ranging from 4GB 1333MHz CL 9-9-9-24 Ripjaws-X XL red kit all the way to the impressive 4GB 2300MHz CL 7-10-10-27 XHD(+Fan) kit. The lineup includes kits clocked at 1333MHz, 1600, 1866, 2133, 2200 and 2300MHz and are all designed to work on Intel H67/P67 platform paired up with Intel's Sandy Bridge LGA1155 processors. The voltage goes from 1.5 to 1.65V depending on the kit.

The highest capacity kits are 4x4GB ones that can be found clocked at 1333, 1600, 2133 and 2200MHz. The price or the availability date haven't been announced but a quick look at our price search engine shows that a lot of these are already listed. You can check them out here.

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+1 #1 Super XP 2011-01-12 14:45
Very nice looking RAM. I like the 4GB x 2 set clocked at 1866.
 
 
+6 #2 Bors Mistral 2011-01-12 15:28
Wasn't there a lot of talk that running memory at something higher that 1.6 on Sandy Bridge is kind of dangerous? Like, fry-your-CPU dangerous?
 
 
+4 #3 loadwick 2011-01-12 17:03
you have to keep the voltage within 0.5v of the chipset which is at 1.15v.
So while 1.65v RAM is 'within' safety limits you might run into problems down the line if you run at full 1.65v for many hours every day, for many years then your cpu (chipset inside cpu) will likely fail sooner than choosing 1.5v RAM.

Its also worth reading the RAM guide to Sand Bridge on BitTech.com, i would like you but my Symbian phone thinks copy and paste is a luxury i don't deserve!
 
 
+2 #4 OnaZ 2011-01-12 18:23
this things packs a punch but could use a bit of a classier Design this looks cheap and so unlike the G.skill ram I came to know. I still think the eco series were elegantly designed
 
 
-3 #5 yasin 2011-01-12 19:56
mushkin redline ridgeback is better than all of these, and costs $75 for 4GB 6-8-6-24
 
 
0 #6 loadwick 2011-01-13 00:05
Quoting yasin:
mushkin redline ridgeback is better than all of these, and costs $75 for 4GB 6-8-6-24



Those are very good value but i really want 4GB DIMMs, either for 16GB now or in the future. But if you are only in the market for 4GB, 6GB or 8GB then those are a sweet deal.
 
 
0 #7 Super XP 2011-01-13 01:44
4GB (2GB x 2) is useless and a waist of money. We should be looking at 8GB at the very least. Welcome to 2011 gentlemen...
 
 
+9 #8 TechHog 2011-01-13 01:55
Quoting Super XP:
4GB (2GB x 2) is useless and a waist of money. We should be looking at 8GB at the very least. Welcome to 2011 gentlemen...

I wasn't aware that money could have a waist.
 

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