GSKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM Unboxing

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G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL10S-8GBXL

DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
Timing 10-10-10-30
Cas Latency 10
Voltage 1.5V

Reaching the optimal balance between the sheer speed of DDR3 and low latency, the G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series F3-12800CL10S-8GBXL DDR3 memory module is rated at 1600MHz 10-10-10-30 to provide ample computing capability to Intel LGA1155/LGA1156 and AMD AM3/Llano/AM3+ platforms.

Comments

Dr. Prabal Banerjee says:

do you have to overclock or change some settings into bios or simply insert into the motherboard memory slot ..???

Vincent Endozo says:

this is good in
ASUS PBH61-M LX3 MOBO
I5- 3470
GTX 560?

PLEASE I NEED YOUR HELP! I WILL SUBSCRIBE YOUR CHANNEL IF YOU ANSWER MY QUESTION

Jun Kelvin Tocson says:

is this good, This ramm,  gtx 1060 zotac amp edtion, intel core i5, asus p8z77 -mpro mobo
plss help 🙁

Eades YT says:

can you help me???

Ben Filley says:

This ram is a very good value. Specifically the 8gb sticks at cl10. I use 2 of them Overclocked to 2133mhz still at cl10 just by bumping the voltage. Ddr3 is safe for a little over 1.65v. I set mine to 1.65@2133cl10 and it runs perfect on an i7 4770k Overclocked to 4.7ghz. All for the price of 1600mhz instead of the premium for the higher rates sticks. The higher rates sticks are literally the exact same ram. Right down to the actual pcb of the stick. For $30 more and a blue heat spreader instead of a red one. The value of the hardware from the last 2 generations is amazing. It’s dirt cheap and is only about 5-10% slower in general than the current flagships.

Ben W says:

I just bought 2 x 4GB DDR3 for £20 and they look identical to these – to be fair though they are still slimmer and lower than the old Patriot ones I had in there those things were tanks!

Its my first custom PC that I bought broken as spares and fixed, so at this point I am just trying to upgrade when I can, and as cost efficiently as possible and at the same time I am trying to learn what works well with what.

Im happy with them but is just a shame I couldn’t get another 2 because my board can take 16GB and now I have 2 red and 2 blue sticks. Would be nice to find another pair of 4GB’s like mine to install, both as an upgrade and visually so I will deffo be keeping my eyes peeled for some more of these.

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