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FRONTPAGE G.Skill Ripjaws 4 16GB DDR4-2800 CL16 1.2V Memory Kit Review

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G.Skill brings high expectations with each new product release. Computer enthusiasts and overclockers connect the G.SKill brand to the highest quality memory. Today, we once again have a chance to find out if G.Skill is worth being called the best memory manufacturer. This memory review is based on the latest Ripjaws 4 series designed for the only DDR4 desktop platform - Haswell-E. On Overclockers.com. we can already see DDR4-2666 and DDR4-3000 Ripjaws 4 reviews. Now it's time for the memory kit marked as F4-2800C16Q-16GRK (16GB of DDR4-2800 CL16), which requires standard DDR4 voltage of 1.2V.
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Woomack

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Really, DDR4-3764 result on stock cooling and not even one comment :eh?: Maybe I was counting on some more since it's my first front page review on Overclockers in this year.
 
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Witchdoctor

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Nice review Woomack,

Seems like the Ripjaw 4's did very well here.
G.Skill is putting out some very strong kits.
I have to say I am liking my kit and to add they stand behind their products.
Had a failure they replaced them immediately.
With the kits clocking so well, it almost seems like shelling out for 3200 out of the box is a waste of money

Appreciate you taking the time
 

Sabishiihito

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Really, DDR4-3764 result on stock cooling and not even one comment :eh?: Maybe I was counting on some more since it's my first front page review on Overclockers in this year.

Probably because it's a Samsung-based kit. They're just not as interesting as Hynix-based ones. Nothing personal :)
 

Woomack

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Hynix kits are already boring. Most of them are scalling in similar way and require high voltages for tighter timings. Also when I tested Micron based kits with results like 3000 12-12-12 1.45V ( so better than most Hynix can make ) then it also wasn't interesting enough ;)