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GSkill RipjawsZ PC3 17000 CL9 Quad Channel Memory Kit

 
 
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      20th Mar 2012
Ninjalane have reviewed the GSkill RipjawsZ PC3 17000 CL9 Quad Channel Memory Kit - here's what they thought about it:

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"Despite the namesake the RipjawsZ shares very little in outward appearance to the previous RIpjawsX module. The heatspreaders feel solid and do an excellent job at displacing what little heat is generated. Our F3-17000CL9Q modules are rated at CAS 9 under the XMP profile and require 1.65v to run at the rated 2133Mhz speed. Despite the CAS9 rating we did have good success overclocking these modules and saw stable speeds at 2240Mhz under watercooling without any voltage adjustments. Sadly the modules didn't respond well to timing adjustments and wouldn't run at the 24x memory multiplier with our particular processor.

As a general rule you will see a significant performance increase whenever you can run your memory clock above the default 16x multiplier setting and is exactly what you will get from these modules. While the F3-17000CL9Q RipjawsZ modules might not have the best timings their overall performance is perfect for gaming, mild overclocking and even general purpose computing."
The full review can be read here.

 
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