G.Skill announced the launch of the new kit of high performance memory for gaming, professional or ultra compact notebooks, we are talking about DDR4-3000 MHz  SO-DIMMs, these are SO- DIMM memory module running at a frequency of 3000 MHz with CL16-18-18-43 latencies operating at a voltage of 1.2V and available in kit or 8GB  (1x8GB), 16GB (2x8GB or 1x16GB) and 32 GB (2x 16GB).

Ripjaws G.Skill DDR4-3000 MHz also supports the latest standard Intel XMP 2.0 designed for Intel Core 6th Generation (Skylake) processors, a stress-testing screenshot of the memory kit can be found below. New memory kits are cooled by a passive cooling system of a small aluminum heatsink personalized pointing against the black color of the PCB.

G.Skill says that each DDR4 SO-DIMM Ripjaws kit is assembled with only “specially screen components” with chips that it hand picks from a “rigorous and highly selective binning process.” In other words, only the best of the best make the cut for this line of RAM, according to G.Skill.

The Ripjaws DDR4-3000 MHz SO-DIMMs will be available in stores from April 2016.

Ripjaws DDR4-3000 MHz SO-DIMMs Testing

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