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G.Skill is giving away two RAM kits for the holidays and all you have to do is mess around on Facebook for a few minutes to get your name in the hat!

G.Skill Holiday Lucky Draw

It is the greatest holiday of the year again. G.Skill thanks you for all of your support in 2011. With gratitude, G.Skill would like to provide TWO high performance memory kits as Xmas holiday gifts for you. Come and join the prize draw event and be the winner.

Prizes

  1. G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 2133 CL9 8GB (4GBx2)
  2. G.Skill Sniper DDR3 1866 CL9 8GB (4GBx2)

How to Enter

G.Skill will pick TWO lucky winners randomly at the end of the event date.

Good luck and wish you a great holiday and wonderful New Year!

Go to their event page to get started. The event closes New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2011 at 3:30pm EST. Good luck!

– Jeremy Vaughan (hokiealumnus)

 

 

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  1. Bobnova
    Facebook is a myth!

    (I do love G.Skill memory though. My favorite!)


    I don't have time to actually call people and talk to people, and be "friendly", which is why I have facebook. I've told my wife that we have facebook AND text messaging so not sure why we need to actually talk about stuff.
    I have had good luck with G.Skill, but the same can't be said about OCZ. Have had to RMA a few kits now, including a replacement kit I was sent!
    petteyg359
    Too much effort for what probably won't work anyway, with my luck. G.Skill is the only brand of RAM that has consistently never worked for me. Every single kit on every single board would always make memtest86 have a fit. I wish it were otherwise, because they have the nicest low-voltage specs I've seen :(


    I've had a couple of kits and they worked as advertised man. Even let me tighten timings on their cheap gunk stuff so have to disagree sorry you had trouble dude. :chair:

    And memtest and those kits were friends. No Quips. JM2C I think G Skill is a quality RAM stick MFG. I have cheapo G skill in my rig and it's tighter than stock with my OC and happy as can be.. Has been for like... I don't know six months? Stock V too. Maybe it has been a while and things have changed and you would consider giving this company a second chance? ;)

    Lord_of_Decay
    I have had nothing but excellent results with G.Skill ram. It's my first choice when purchasing memory.


    Have to +1

    They even pick up the phone in Taiwan at 4am (local) if you call them. Try it. No guarantee of good English but if that isn't commitment to customer service...

    Operator and technician on support. 4am. Phone. Seriously. I called with a Q about a very high speed kit. Barely understood but they picked up at 4am for crying out loud :D.

    Their email support is also very fast and very good and knowledgable. And they are willing to help their client achieve their goal and are very honest. "I don't think the IMC on that (X model and series) chip can handle this kit may we suggest kit XXXX". I like Gskill. Respectful, helpful, never had an issue, my first choice. Then I look at Corsair.
    I used their 2x2GB DDR2-1066 5-5-5-15 kit with a GA-EP45-UD3P for quite a while. Now, I'm using two kits of their 2x2GB Eco DDR3-1600 7-8-7-24 1.35v in quad channel on LGA2011.

    I did have a DOA kit the first time I ordered the DDR2-1066, but the customer service was good and RMA went smoothly.
    Lord_of_Decay
    I have had nothing but excellent results with G.Skill ram. It's my first choice when purchasing memory.


    Same here, the one time I've had a set of G.Skill ram die on me they replaced it quickly with a better set.

    I don't, however, believe in facebook.
    Too much effort for what probably won't work anyway, with my luck. G.Skill is the only brand of RAM that has consistently never worked for me. Every single kit on every single board would always make memtest86 have a fit. I wish it were otherwise, because they have the nicest low-voltage specs I've seen :(