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
...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