G.Skill Ripjaws V 8GB (8GBx1) DDR4 3000MHz
- Memory Type : DDR4 / Capacity : 8GB (8GBx1)
- Tested Speed : 3000MHz / Tested Latency : 16-18-18-38 / Tested Voltage : 1.35V
- SPD Speed : 2133MHz / SPD Voltage : 1.20V
- Multi-Channel Kit : Single Channel Kit
Feel the Rush of Ripjaws V
As the latest addition to the classic Ripjaws family, Ripjaws V series is the newest dual-channel DDR4 memory designed for maximum compatibility and cutting-edge performance with the latest Intel Core processors. Built with the finest components, tested under the most rigorous conditions, Ripjaws V is the perfect choice for building a new performance system or for a simple memory upgrade.
Blazing Fast Transfer Speed
A wide range of frequency standard DDR4-3000MHz Ripjaws V lets you enjoy a faster computing experience for gaming, video & image editing, rendering, and data processing.
Rigorously Tested for Compatibility and Reliability
Each and every Ripjaws V DDR4 memory kit is tested with G.SKILL’s rigorous validation process on all major performance motherboard brands to ensure the best-in-class reliability and compatibility across the widest selection of motherboards.
42mm Module Height
Continuing the tradition of aftermarket CPU cooler compatibility, Ripjaws V is designed with a 42mm module height suitable for most oversized CPU heatsinks.
Up to 128GB Ultra High Capacity
Ripjaws V offers various capacity configurations, not only with modules of 4GB and 8GB, but also in ultra-high 16GB capacities for up to 128GB (16GBx8). The possibilities are endless!
Designed with a low voltage of 1.2V~1.35V at DDR4 standard, this lowers the memory voltage requirement by 20% from DDR3 memory kits! Now your system can perform even faster without becoming an expensive appliance heater.
XMP 2.0 Support
Just set and go. Programmed with the latest Intel XMP 2.0 profiles, the only thing between you and extreme performance is a simple setting.
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