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G.Skill has announced the development of its brand new RipjawsX series memory modules, designed specifically for Intel Sandy Bridge LGA1155 processors, and H67 and P67 motherboard platforms. The new RipjawsX series consists of a complete range of memory solution, from DDR3 1,333MHz, 1,600MHz, 1,866MHz, 2,133MHz, 2,200MHz to 2,300MHz. Combined with the Intel’s highly anticipated Sandy Bridge platform, G.Skill RipjawsX series memory kits deliver more bandwidth and performance than ever.

Building on the strong success of the first generation Ripjaws brand in performance memory kits, every single RipjawsX memory kit is hand-tested on an Intel Sandy Bridge platform in accordance with G.Skill's strict internal testing procedure, to ensure the best in class performance, compatibility and reliability across a range of popular motherboards. It is the perfect memory solution for PC gamers, performance workstations, enthusiast power users and anyone who loves the cutting-edge of technology!The following list shows the detail specifications of G.Skill RipjawsX family.
Item Code : MEG-D3-4096X16
Item : G.Skill 4Gb DDR3 1600 (2x2Gb) CL9 RipjawX Dual-Chan Kit
Brand/Model : GSkill F3-12800CL9D-4GBX
Size : 4Gb (2x2Gb)
Bus Speed : DDR3-1600 (PC3 12800)
CAS Latency : 9-9-9-24-2N
Number of Pins : 240-pin DIMM
Other : RipjawX Heatsink
Weight (kg) : 1.00


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2 Likes #1
Good memory (runs at 1.5 volts instead of cheap stuff at 1.65 volts)

So including posting and packaging its £ 40.24....Poor...Cold

Amazon 38.52 pence
G-Skill 4GBXL Ripjaws X

Cheers Man
1 Like #2
In store £34.74 lol at you "Big fail
1 Like #3
In store £34.74 lol at you "Big fail

Interesting...So one store in Coventry, we can all get there?.... (if I could I would)
So if you can't travel, hot memory G-Skill 4GBXL Ripjaws X

P.S timtom13, no offence intended...however good memory



Edited By: rickwebtest on Jun 12, 2011 21:55: Add url
1 Like #4
rickwebtest
Good memory (runs at 1.5 volts instead of cheap stuff at 1.65 volts)

Over time as memory migrates to smaller fabrication processes the voltage required to run at a fixed speed is lowered. So memory that requires 1.65V is not ‘cheap stuff’ just not built on the latest fabrication process. It’s not really a big deal as the power consumption difference is small.
1.5V is not a big deal anyway as you’ve been able to buy 1,600MHz DDR3 running at 1.35V since last year. Samsung have some 30nm DDR3 due soon so expect the voltage to drop even more.
Lower voltage RAM is more of an issue with servers as they can often have very large amounts of RAM installed so the power saving is more noticeable.
#5
Not that ram generates much heat in the first place. The heatsinks are pretty much tinsel.
1 Like #6
It's not bad for 4GB of RAM. Shame it's probably too new for my dinosaur MB.
#7
you should include instore or include delivery in the title.
2 Likes #8
Cold, because they're a dodgy bunch of law-breaking cocks.
#9
timtom13
In store £34.74 lol at you "Big fail
For the majority of people, the Amazon deal is better.
#10
I was looking at the 4gb single module at ebuyer, I found that 2x2gb modules are faster so i ended up buying some cheaper Patriot signiture memory instead. I would have bought these instead otherwise. HOT
#11
Agharta
rickwebtest
Good memory (runs at 1.5 volts instead of cheap stuff at 1.65 volts)

Over time as memory migrates to smaller fabrication processes the voltage required to run at a fixed speed is lowered. So memory that requires 1.65V is not ‘cheap stuff’ just not built on the latest fabrication process. It’s not really a big deal as the power consumption difference is small.
1.5V is not a big deal anyway as you’ve been able to buy 1,600MHz DDR3 running at 1.35V since last year. Samsung have some 30nm DDR3 due soon so expect the voltage to drop even more.
Lower voltage RAM is more of an issue with servers as they can often have very large amounts of RAM installed so the power saving is more noticeable.


Kingston are also have a 'Lovo' range (low-voltage), some of which drops as low as 1.25V :)
2 Likes #12
I'm surprised they are allowed on here based on they're extremely poor reputation.
1 Like #13
AVOID! AVOID! AVOID!

This bunch of crooks are best avoided. I speak from bitter experience......

COLD!
banned 2 Likes #14
Voting cold just because its Eclipse computers, not your fault OP but people would be better off getting it from Amazon.
#15
Very cheap components, buy prey nothing goes wrong with the item or delivery.

They wouldn't swap my faulty LG monitor even though I returned it the day after I bought it. They insisted I dealt with LG directly. The LG reps were complete amazed, and even contacted them on my behalf to instruct them to swap it for a new monitor. Eclipse's reasoning? Thy didn't want to run the risk of LG shipping a refurb monitor to them. . .
1 Like #16
Voted cold due to bad retailer and personal experience with these Monkeys.
#17
what a vote of confidence in this retailer X)

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