We did say G.Skill was building the RipjawsZ set of high-end random access memory and, sure enough, just as we published the review of a certain processor, the RAM has made its official entrance. The RipjawsZ memory kit is quite high on the performance and capacity scales, not that anyone expected any less.
After all, this was made more or less clear back at the start of the month.
Now, just as we reviewed the Core i7-3960X, G.Skill has formally unleashed the quad-channel RipjawsZ “world First in Super-Sized & Super-Speed” as the press release calls it.
The memory line is made of several high-performance kits of up to 64 GB capacity.
The largest beast of the lot works at 2,133 MHz and is made of eight 8 GB modules that operate on 1.5V.
Meanwhile, the fastest kit is, as one would expect, the lowest-capacity one, though even 16 GB is massive by the reckoning of mainstream users and even some gamers.