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G.SKILL RipJaw 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C9 1600MHz Dual Channel Kit
1600MHz RAM Speed, CAS 9-9-9-24 Timings, 1.5-1.65v VDIMM, Lifetime Warranty with G.Skill.
Description:G.Skill Ripjaw Gaming Series Memory is designed to optimized the high performance DIMMs for reliability in order to get gamers consistently fantastic FPS, while maintaining a solid overclock to prevent a mid-game PC failure from memory errors.
G.Skill Ripjaws Gaming Series Memory features the heat spreader design for the ultimate in extreme aesthetics and sleek aluminum cooling.
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||10|
The first year of warranty is with Aria.
The remaining 9 years are direct with the Manufacturer.
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
old ram by old
will this ram work with my old 37613 ram that you don't have any more
It would be suitable as a replacement, it might not work in addition to due to the difference of their timings.
Back in stock by Jamzieth
Hi when will you be getting these back in stock?
They're in stock now.
What\\'s the difference by sarah
Hi could you please tell me the difference in this product compared to the other G.SKILL RipJaw code: 37613 and which is the better of the two.
The other one has slightly better CAS timings, and is thus a little better than this kit.
Nvidia? by Terry
I have a quick question about this product and I hope you will be able to answer or suggest if this is not suitable.
Do you reckon it will work with Evga 790i FTW digital pwn motherboard? I know it says for Intel chipset. and ram for 790i is hard to find now and I need some to use my PC. the compatible list on evga site have loads of memories but almost all of them, the good ones I mean are not available here. if you can tell me if this will work, or perhaps any other good brand high end memory which you have. thanks in advance.
This memory should work fine on your board.
Is This Compatable by Chris
Will this memory work with
Gigabyte GA-P55-US3L Intel H55 (Socket 1156) DDR3 PCI-Express Motherboard
Looking to do a major upgrade, and not quite sure.
Hi, Yes that will work fine