For those who want to go all out. 3600MHz or even higher is a possibility.
If you’ve been thinking about getting into the Skylake platform and want to couple that adventure with one of the fastest memory kits on the market, you’ll want to give the G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4-3600 MHz kit serious consideration.
The G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 2400MHz 16GB Kit is a great purchase for your X99 or new Z170 platform.
The G.Skill Ripjaws 4 3000CL15 16GB kit offers nice looks and is well designed. The kit has exceptional performance and can handle rather high voltages for benchers that need more out of their RAM.
This means that with certain assumptions, G.Skill's Ripjaws may as well be the best enthusiast-grade SODIMM that is out there.
Performance and cost aside the new Ripjaws 4 modules are very stylish and while they lack fancy lights, multicolor heatspreaders and diagnostic ports they do come with some excellent looking heatspreaders that work well and look good from any distance.
if you take into account the kit's looks, build quality and the frequencies you can overclock it to, if you are lucky and patient enough.
Normally, when you buy a mainstream memory kit you can kiss all your overclocking hopes good bye but, amazingly, the latest (and the future) batches of 1600C9 RipjawsX can be stabilized at nearly double of their rated speeds.
As always with G.Skill, the visual experience does not leave any room for possible complaints.
Checking the DDR4 stats at HWBOT.org we see that G.Skill is the dominating DDR4 memory vendor with over 2000 submissions. Most of them have been achieved with the quad channel kit we reviewed today.
Overall it can be said, that the G.SKILL Ripjaws4 16 Gigabyte memory kit does what G.SKILL claims they do and therefore they clear specs without any issues whatsoever.
A good looking kit that is priced right, overclocks very well, and offers enthusiast level performance… Overclockers approved!
The G.Skill Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD is the fastest storage solution around, by such a whopping margin that we're struggling to think of a simile.
What G.Skill has accomplished on the performance front is quite incredible. The Phoenix Blade 480GB is able to beat the OCZ RevoDrive 350 in every benchmark and sometimes by a pretty wide margin as well.
As for the results of testing kit G.Skill Ripjaws 4 F4-3000C15Q-16GRR, we can say that it has demonstrated only good values.
Fitting that sweetspot nicely is the G.Skill F4-2400C15Q-16GRK, priced at £185 and performing very well in a broad range of tests..
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.
If 480GB suits your storage needs and you have a PCIe X8 or better slot to spare, the G.SKILL Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD is priced right for those that want maximum performance without the hassle of mounting multiple drives in a RAID 0 configuration. Read more at http://www.legitreviews.com/g-skill-phoenix-blade-480gb-pcie-ssd-review_154013/8#CSuskRbSqlSoJCx1.99