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G.Skill, a leading high performance memory module designer and manufacturer, on Monday introduced Ripjaws DDR3 SO-DIMM memory products. The new memory modules are designed for emerging class of notebooks designed for gamers. Every G.Skill Ripjaws SO-DIMM memory kit is 100% validated with G.Skill rigorous burn-in tests, which ensures stability and consistent performance.

G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 memory modules can operate at 1600MHz or 1866MHz clock-speeds with 1.35V voltage as well as CL9 9-9-28 or CL10 10-10-32 latency settings. The products are available as single 4GB or 8GB modules and as 8GB or 16GB dual-channel memory kits. The Ripjaws DDR3 modules are compatible with Intel Core i-series “Ivy Bridge” and “Haswell” microprocessors which power the latest laptops as well as various ultra-small form-factor desktops.

The new memory modules should be available shortly. Pricing varies depending on model and the region.

Tags: G.Skill, DRAM, DDR3, Ripjaws


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Discussion started: 08/20/13 01:59:42 AM
Latest comment: 08/20/13 10:38:01 AM
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Those 1866MHz (2x8GB) module sure look interesting. I wonder how much will they cost?
0 0 [Posted by: TAViX  | Date: 08/20/13 01:59:42 AM]
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$64 for 8gb on Newegg's website. Not bad!
0 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 08/20/13 08:17:52 AM]
Oups, correction: $67usd for the 1866MHz
1 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 08/20/13 08:19:58 AM]
Not bad for 16GB laptop RAMs. Not bad.
0 0 [Posted by: TAViX  | Date: 08/20/13 10:38:01 AM]


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