Posts Tagged: Ripjaws4

G.SKILL Announces World’s Fastest DDR4 128GB Memory Kit at 2800MHz!

G.Skill announced today they have released a 128 GB Ripjaws4 memory kit (16GBX8) at 2800 MHz, making it the fastest 128 GB kit on the market. The kit features respectable timings of 16-16-16-36 and requires 1.35 V for operation. The Samsung ICs found on the kit use the 20nm fabrication process. Here is the press release we received today. Read More

G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-2800 MHz 32GB Memory Kit Review

When you think of enthusiast-level memory, one of the first names that comes to mind is G.Skill. They’ve been catering to the overclocking and enthusiast crowd since the company was founded back in 1989. That tradition has carried forward to their DDR4 memory line; and today, we’ll have a look at another of G.Skill’s Ripjaws4 offerings in the form of a 32 GB DDR4-2800 MHz kit. We recently published a review on the 16 GB kit of this same memory, so let’s find out what the 32 GB version has to offer. Read More

G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4-2666 MHz Memory Kit Review

Back in September of last year, G.Skill provided a Ripjaws4 DDR4-3000 MHz memory kit to compliment our Haswell-E launch day coverage. This time around, G.Skill sent along a Ripjaws4 DDR4-2666 MHz 16 GB kit for us to have a look at. This particular kit carries a part# F4-2666C15Q-16GRR and is priced substantially less than their DDR4-3000 MHz and above offerings. DDR4 memory is by nature a very expensive proposition, so we’re excited to see if G.Skill can provide a cost efficient DDR4 memory kit that still provides the performance we’ve come to expect from their memory products. Read More

G.Skill Officially Announces Ripjaws 4 Series DDR4 Memory Kits

With the rapidly approaching release of Haswell-E CPUs and X99 motherboards to support them, G.Skill has officially announced their entry into the DDR4 memory market. Beginning at speeds of 2133 MHz and climbing up to 3200 MHz, these kits will be available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB quad-channel configurations. The lower frequency kits will operate at an astoundingly low voltage of 1.20 V, while the higher frequency kits will need 1.35 V. You’ll also be able to choose from three different colors… black, red, or blue. Read More