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    Default G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    Today, we have some sexy 16GB RipjawsZ memory modules to roll with the X79 platform. We didn't waste any time to get these premium sticks on the test bench.

    G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133-gskill_213316gb_preview.jpg

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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    Great memory, I have 32 gbs of the GSkill Ripjaws Z and 32 Gbs of the Kingston HyperX both 1866 and I like the GSkill better.

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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    GSKill is a brand of memory that I have used extensively for years. The main reason that I like them is that they work in almost any system you plug them into.
    So whatever you're building, GSKill is a no brainer choice for memory. It's not you're only choice, but it'll work,.........every time.
    Jim, your test results are all very close to one another at the various settings and timings that you employed, and I wonder what that translates to in real world usage differences.
    I agree that your tweaking gets more performance from the memory, but these sticks seem to run pretty damn fast at stock settings too.
    Thanks for the review Jim, it was a good read.

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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    Thanks for this review.

    Just for anyone interested I run ripjaws z 1600 16Gig kit in my x58 at 9,9,9,24,1T with no problems too even though these are "optimised" for the later chipset.
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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    excellent review Jim, do you think 1T vs 2T has any difference (in terms of synthetic benchmarks?) correct me if I'm wrong i noticed it was run on 2T throughout just wondering if it was possible to run the rams on 1T instead?

    thanks

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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    great review jim
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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    GSKill is a brand of memory that I have used extensively for years. The main reason that I like them is that they work in almost any system you plug them into.
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    I agree that your tweaking gets more performance from the memory, but these sticks seem to run pretty damn fast at stock settings too.
    Thanks for the review Jim, it was a good read.
    very close....

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    Good review Jim! Another great Kit from G.Skill!
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    Default Re: G.Skill RipjawsZ 16GB DDR3-2133

    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    excellent review Jim, do you think 1T vs 2T has any difference (in terms of synthetic benchmarks?) correct me if I'm wrong i noticed it was run on 2T throughout just wondering if it was possible to run the rams on 1T instead?

    thanks
    Not much difference but the objective is high overclocks.

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