With performance that puts it amongst the fastest consumer SSDs available, the Phoenix Blade is an excellent return to the high-end SSD market for G.Skill.
...four SandForce controllers working in tandem with Toshiba NAND, straight-line performance is impressive.
The Phoenix Blade is a first from GSKILL and truth be told, it is a mighty impressive performing product.
G.Skill's first PCIe SSD offering certainly came out of the gate running, and was able to unseat the OCZ RevoDrive 350 in virtually every performance metric.
G.Skill's Phoenix Blade 480GB PCIe SSD performs amazingly well in both consumer and prosumer applications. The drive is the best we have tested at mixed environments, without a penalty on either side. Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6794/g-skill-phoenix-blade-480gb-pcie-ssd-world-exclusive-review/index9.html
The G.SKILL RIPJAWS 4 16 GB memory kit has both the looks and speed to match any high end X99 system very well
An all-round positive memory kit. Tight timings balanced with the high-frequency and promising motherboard support make the G.Skill Ripjaws 4 an attractive option.
If we add great G.Skill support and stylish module design then we get probably the best DDR4 memory available on our market nowadays that should be the first pick for all gamers and computer enthusiasts who moved to the latest Intel X99 platform.
Performance and price aside, we also appreciate this kit's low profile heatspreaders and we certainly can't complain about G.Skill's lifetime warranty. Overall then, if you are in the market for an enthusiast-oriented DDR4 memory kit, the G.Skill F4-3000C15Q-16GRR should be at the top of your list.
The GSkill Ripjaws 4 3000 MHz kit managed to both meet and exceed my expectations
With the all-new Ripjaws4 series of memory modules, G.Skill definitely want to continue the tradition of the award-winning Ripjaws series to become one of the world’s best high performance memory kits now in the flavour of DDR4 architecture.
Like all of G.SKILL's memory, they feature a lifetime warranty. The Ripjaws 4 has a good combination of price, performance, and cosmetics.
If you are looking for a DDR4 memory kit for your new X99 build this kit is a solid choice.
Overall, the 2666C12 version of TridentX has multiple strong sides about it.
G.Skill’s RipJaws 4 DDR4 memory kits offer a great balance of looks, value for money and performance. It’s no wonder G.Skill have become an increasingly popular choice for memory.
If you're thinking about building a new system that isn't going to break open the bank account and you're after a decent sized kit of RAM that can clock, check out this PC3-12800 TridentX kit from G.Skill. Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6651/g-skill-tridentx-pc3-12800-16gb-dual-channel-memory-kit-review/index.html
The G.Skill Ripjaws 4 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 3000MHz memory kit (F4-3000C15Q-16GRR) looks good, is fully stable and the performance numbers are solid, what more can you ask for from a memory kit?
This 3000Mhz DDR3 Ripjaws4 kit from G.Skill is a great way to start our look at DDR4 RAM from the company.
G.Skill’s ARES memory kits are a smart choice for enthusiasts, they offer great performance, competitive pricing and tidy aesthetics. It is hard to recommend anything other than this at the price point.
If you’re going to be an early adopter and jump into the X99/Haswell-E game, the G.Skill Ripjaws 4 DDR4-3000 kit would make excellent memory choice. It’s fast, it’s stable, and it looks darn good too!