G.Skill Unleashes RipJawsX Memory Kits for Sandy Bridge

"High performance memory maker G.Skill today announced the unveiling of its all new RipJawsX series memory modules for Intel’s Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 processors."

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High performance memory maker G.Skill today announced the unveiling of its all new RipJawsX series memory modules for Intel’s Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 processors. The new series covers a complete range of memory solutions for Sandy Bridge as well as H67 and P67 motherboard platforms.

The new modules introduced today are all GDDR3 solutions and include memories clocked at 1,333MHz; 1,600MHz; 1,866MHz; 2,133MHz; 2,200MHz; and 2,300MHz respectively. Among these, the 2,300MHz, and 2,133MHz kits are 4GB (2GBx2) ones, while the 2,200MHz is a 16GB (4GBx4) one. As with earlier RipJaws branded memory modules G.Skill has color coded these ones as well under Red, Black, and Blue colors.

When clubbed with the Sandy Bridge platform, G.Skill claims that the RipjawsX series memory kits deliver more bandwidth and performance than ever. The manufacturer has even tested its highest clocked kit with the platform and achieved an amazing 25K MB/s bandwidth.

G.Skill has hand tested each module in the RipjawsX series on an Intel Sandy Bridge platform to ensure that it delivers the highest possible performance, compatibility, and reliability across a range of motherboard brands from different manufacturers. All kits are backed by a lifetime warranty from G.Skill.

Availability and pricing details are awaited from G.Skill.

Technical details of the new G.Skill RipawX Memory Kits"

Frequency

Timing

Available Capacity

Voltage

Color

Model name

1333MHz

CL 9-9-9-24

4GB/8GB/16GB

1.5V

Red

XL

1333MHz

CL 8-8-8-24

4GB/8GB

1.5V

Blue

XM

1333MHz

CL 7-7-7-21

4GB/8GB/16GB

1.5V

Black

XH

1600MHz

CL 9-9-9-24

4GB/8GB/16GB

1.5V

Red

XL

1600MHz

CL 8-8-8-24

4GB/8GB

1.5V

Blue

XM

1600MHz

CL 7-8-7-24

4GB

1.5V

Blue

XM

1600MHz

CL 7-8-7-24

8GB/16GB

1.6V

Blue

XM

1600MHz

CL 6-8-6-24

4GB

1.5V

Black

XH

1866MHz

CL 9-9-9-24

4GB

1.5V

Red

XL

1866MHz

CL 9-9-9-24

8GB (2GB*4)

1.6V

Red

XL

1866MHz

CL 9-9-9-24

8GB (4GB*2)

1.6V

Red

XLD (+ Fan)

1866MHz

CL 8-9-8-24

4GB

1.6V

Blue

XM

1866MHz

CL 8-9-8-24

8GB (2GB*4)

1.6V

Blue

XM

1866MHz

CL 8-9-8-24

8GB (4GB*2)

1.65V

Blue

XMD (+ Fan)

1866MHz

CL7-8-7-24

4GB

1.65V

Black

XH

2133MHz

CL9-11-9-28

4GB

1.65

Red

XL

2133MHz

CL9-10-9-28

4GB

1.5V

Blue

XMD(+ Fan)

2133MHz

CL8-9-8-24

4GB

1.65V

Blue

XMD(+ Fan)

2133MHz

CL7-10-7-27

4GB

1.65V

Black

XHD(+ Fan)

2133MHz

CL9-11-9-28

8GB/16GB

1.65

Red

XLD(+ Fan)

2200MHz

CL9-11-9-28

4GB

1.6V

Red

XLD(+ Fan)

2200MHz

CL9-9-9-24

4GB

1.65V

Blue

XMD(+ Fan)

2200MHz

CL7-10-10-27

4GB

1.65V

Black

XHD(+ Fan)

2200MHz

CL9-11-9-28

8GB/16GB

1.65V

Red

XLD(+ Fan)

2300Mhz

CL7-10-10-27-

4GB

1.65V

Black

XHD(+ Fan)



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01-02-2011, 10:45:32

bjrnis
I recently bought the parts for a new pc, and today i fitted them all together. He is the build:

Case - Antec Nine Hundred Two
Cpu - Intel Core i5 2500k
Ram - G. Skill Ripjaws 1600mhz cl7 1.6v (4gb)
Motherboard - Asrock p67 Extreme4
Gpu - XFX Radeon hd 6950
Psu - Coolermaster GX-750W


I tried to boot up my pc, but all i got was a black screen. No beep, no nothing. It's weird because all the fans seem to be turned on. The gpu fan is running and so is the cpu fan, and i can hear the harddisk spinning. But the screen just stays black and i dont even get into the BIOS. I have tried with two different screens and several cables, and ive also tried with another psu and gpu. Ive tried running single channel as well as switching ram slots, but the screen is still black. There is a small screen for two digit numbers on the motherboard, but it isnt working either. Therefor i suspect ive gotten a non functional motherboard or there is something wrong with the cpu. Am i right? :(

01-02-2011, 10:49:03

Aurus_OC


I recently bought the parts for a new pc, and today i fitted them all together. He is the build:

Case - Antec Nine Hundred Two
Cpu - Intel Core i5 2500k
Ram - G. Skill Ripjaws 1600mhz cl7 1.6v (4gb)
Motherboard - Asrock p67 Extreme4
Gpu - XFX Radeon hd 6950
Psu - Coolermaster GX-750W


I tried to boot up my pc, but all i got was a black screen. No beep, no nothing. It's weird because all the fans seem to be turned on. The gpu fan is running and so is the cpu fan, and i can hear the harddisk spinning. But the screen just stays black and i dont even get into the BIOS. I have tried with two different screens and several cables, and ive also tried with another psu and gpu. Ive tried running single channel as well as switching ram slots, but the screen is still black. There is a small screen for two digit numbers on the motherboard, but it isnt working either. Therefor i suspect ive gotten a non functional motherboard or there is something wrong with the cpu. Am i right? :(




You have got both 8-pin aswell as the 24-pin plugged in correctly? Make sure they are in all the way. That would be my first guess.

01-02-2011, 10:54:02

ciksas
Something should appear on the poster.

01-02-2011, 10:54:11

SieB
There seems to be a lot of cold boot problems with P67 boards, I had the same problem myself (P8P67), for me it was my USB mouse for some reason it would not boot with it in. I was talking about it on another forum the other day and some people are getting the same but with different reasons and different solutions, one person said with his MSI GD6 he had to turn it on wait for it to get going and then turn it off and on again before it would boot. Someone else with a P8P67 Delux said that his would boot but it took about 10mins before it would.

Just incase it's not a cold boot issue try booting with one stick of RAM and then test all of them individually incase it's the RAM other wise Google "Asrock p67 Extreme4 cold boot problems" and see if you can find any solutions.

EDIT: I couldn't find anything relevant to the Asrock p67 Extreme4 but as you can see it's common with P67 boards.

[url="http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&safe=active&q=+p67++cold+boot+problems&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq="]http://www.google.co...f&aqi=&aql=&oq=[/url]

01-02-2011, 12:10:44

bjrnis


You have got both 8-pin aswell as the 24-pin plugged in correctly? Make sure they are in all the way. That would be my first guess.




You guessed right lol. God i feel retardet spending the entire day, swapping hardware :b Anyhow, thanks a lot man :) Since when did they start using 8 pins on motherboards?

02-02-2011, 07:52:15

BMSilverFish
I only found out that mobos use 8 pin these days when i purchased my new P67 board 4 days ago
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