This is nothing more than a paid commercial endorsement of GSkill Ram and poor value high frequency, high capacity RAM in general.
As testing has shown - with real applications there is little to no system performance gains with RAM faster than 1600 Mhz. for current desktop PCs other than those with an APU and in most cases no tangible gains with more than 4 GB. of RAM unless you have a very specific application that is properly designed to use high quantities of RAM such as CAD, modeling and other professional business oriented application software. For 99% of consumers including PC enthusiasts 4GB. of RAM is plenty and 8 GB. of RAM is a luxury. Anything beyond 8GB. is basically wasted money. With an APU system RAM above 2000 MHz. showns minimal gains.
As far as testing goes the RAM benches exaggerate the actual system gains people see because the RAM benches assume saturation of the RAM 100% of the time, which never happens in any PC. When you use real apps, even RAM intensive apps like video games and such you see that going from 1333 MHz. to 2000+ MHz. with an overclocked CPU, provides no significant system performance gains. As an example of the above point a video game that runs 33 FPS with 1333 MHz. RAM ran 36 FPS with 2000 MHz. RAM - both with an OC'd CPU. It's also worth noting that CAS latency and other timings on DDR3 RAM above 1600 MHz. make even less inprovement in system performance than the higher frequency or higher capacity RAM kits, so it's really dumb to pay extra for faster timing RAM.
Numerous PC hardware review sites have tested various quantities of RAM and found that more than 4 GB. of RAM is a waste for the majority of people except those using professionals apps as described above. The fact that GSkill and other RAM suppliers are trying to convince people that they need 32GB. is laughable. Then to try and convince people they should buy (4) DIMM kits for dual channel systems is a joke when they don't need (4) DIMMs and when it places more stress on the IMC. This silly review of (4) DIMM high frequency GSkill RAM kits is just duping of the technically challenged. The test results prove this.
Naturally GSkill and the other RAM makers don't want consumers to understand these facts as this will reduce sales of cash cow products like over-priced, high frequency RAM kits that provide no tangible increase in system performance. Those who don't know any better will rush out and buy high frequency RAM kits or 16+ GB. of RAM only to learn that it doesn't provide any real system performance benefit over 8GB. of 1600 MHz. RAM, even with overclocked CPUs. That won't stop the RAM makers from supplying RAM kits to get positive reviews for meritless products, however.
If people want to buy faster RAM or more RAM for bragging rights, that's up to them. If they are buying it for increased system performance they are going to be woefully disappointed as it's a complete waste of money for 99% of PC users.
BTW I own GSkill, Mushkin, Corsair and other brands of RAM so this is not an indictment of GSkill but instead of the farce that is perpetuated by all of the RAM makers that people need more than 8GB. of DDR3 RAM or faster than 1600 MHz. RAM. It just does not produce tangible benefits and is a waste of money for most people. It's pretty unscrupulous of these companies and hardware reviewers to deceive the technically challenged.