Author: Bobby Pachinger
We are here to yet again do a review on another DDR3 dual channel memory kit. With the standards basically being for DDR3 kits to be 1600Mhz. They are widely used on the AMD AM3 platform to Intel 1156 and 1366 setups as well. DDR3 kits range everywhere from 1066Mhz to the 2500Mhz. When DDR3 1600MHz was coming around to be one of the most popular memory kits, the G.Skill Ripjaws where the best value for the offering. Now today a few months later we are here to put them to the test.
Special thanks to G.Skill for providing us with the G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3-1600 8GB Dual Channel Memory Kit to review.
|M/B Chipset||Intel P55|
|Capacity||4GB (4GBx1) /|
8GB (4GBx2) /
|Speed||DDR3-1600 (PC3 12800)|
|Test Voltage||1.5 Volts|
The G.Skill Ripjaws come in the standard aftermarket memory easy to open plastic case. On the front of the memory it give you the basics of what it will work with telling you it will work best with Intel socket 1156 and AM3 Processors. Now looking at the back of the case it gives you info about the lifetime warranty and also contact numbers to call them or check out some other new memory. On the bottom of the case it gives you the model number and the speeds for memory.