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G.Skill RipjawsZ ready to tear it up on X79

Another X79 kit shows up and this one is part of the new RipjawsZ series. What can we expect from G.

| RAM News | Posted: Nov 4, 2011 8:14 am

While still a few weeks away, we're able to give you a little peak at a kit that's going to see the light of day later in the month when X79 launches. The new RipjawsZ series from G.Skill are designed for the new Intel platform and look absolutely fantastic following that Black / Blue design we've seen from the company before.

 

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Consisting of four 4GB modules, the up and coming kit brings with it a total of 16GB of DDR3 RAM running at PC3-17000 or 2133MHz DDR. Taking a closer look at the modules we get a better idea what's going on with the timings. As you can see we've got a 9-11-9-28 setup that requires a grand total of 1.65v.

 

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Unfortunately there's not much else we can share with you at the moment since the kit of course falls under the whole X79 NDA. Pricing and that is also yet to be announced so really all we can do is leave you with another picture of this sexy, sexy kit.

 

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Remember, come X79 launch time, keep an eye out for a full review on the kit to see just what we're able to get out of it.

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