G.Skill Releases High-Speed Ripjaws M5 DDR5 RGB Memory

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[Press Release] G.Skill is set to debut the Ripjaws M5 RGB Series memory kits. Designed for the latest Intel platforms, the memory kits come in configurations of up to 96GB(2x48GB).

G.Skill also offers the memory in two colors, along with customizable RGB, a 41mm height, and an aluminum heatspreader for a combination of both style and performance.

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The Ripjaws M5 RGB is tailor-made to achieve high speeds. It can be overclocked in a variety of speeds and timings, with G. Skill boasting configurations up to CL 32-39-39-102 96GB.

Moreover, the memory is Intel XMP 3.0 compatible, allowing simple overclocking for everyone through enabling XPM in BIOS. All of these features result in a reliable set of memory kits for any PC build.

For those looking to get their hands on the Ripjaws M5 RGB, it will go on sale this month through authorized distributors. You can also visit G.Skill’s official website for more details.

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