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G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GB DDR3-1866

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Posted August 3, 2011 by Jake in RAM

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Introduction

Since the launch of the Intel P67 Sandy Bridge platform, we’ve seen a great number of changes, from performance to overclocking. That has continued through into the Z68 chipset motherboards as well, and with top performance comes new memory kits designed to take advantage of the impressive horsepower provided by the 2nd Gen Intel Core family of processors.

One of the companies that is offering a range of memory modules for the Sandy Bridge Platform is G.Skill. We’ve seen several kits from G.Skill in the past and have noted they typically offer great performance at excellent prices. Question is: can they keep up the trend?

Today we’re looking at a set of high performance G.Skill Ripjaws-X 8GB DDR3-1866 modules. They look great and come with a very affordable price tag. Can they run fast though?

Let’s find out if G.Skill has produced another winner with these Ripjaws-X modules.

G. SKILL, established in 1989 by enthusiasts, is a leading memory module Manufacturer based in Taipei, Taiwan. G. SKILL strives to achieve the highest and most advanced quality from the initial design, through manufacturing solder-paste printing, through surface mounting, to on-line visual inspection, system compatibility testing, packaging and finally to safely and reliably shipping our products to customers. At G. SKILL, we apply a top priority to quality standards. All of its products are put through a series of rigorous tests and strict quality control procedures. In addition to commissioning qualified IC testing houses to test our products, they are hand test 100% twice in factory and office, to ensure the highest product yield and quality.

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One Comment


  1.  
    adrian

    mine wont go that smooth, even raised voltage and upper the timings but no go. i guess you just have to get lucky:)





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