I'm in guys, I have 16 gigs of the Ripjaw Xs. Yes I filled out the form, and here are a few shoots.
Originally Posted by grillinman
I'm having an issue with my G Skill RAM right now.
I have the 2133 rated RipJaws DDR3 running at 1600 currently. A few days ago I was running the RAM at 1920 folding stable, rock solid. I then went into my BIOS and was doing some tweaking to try to get them closer to rated speed. Suffice it to say I was unable to get the RAM to run any higher but ever since I can't get my system to boot anything over 1600.
I have all my settings back to exactly where they were when I was running 1920 and the rig will POST but I get BSODs during boot sequence. Ideas and suggestions appreciated.
Have you tried to use any XMP profiles??? That would be a good place to start, then tweak from there.
Originally Posted by Jayjr1105
I plan on entering my 8GB kit but I'm not home for the validation link. Who makes the memory chips for G.Skill or are they homebrew?
No they don't, not many manufactures do nowadays, G.Skill purchases their ICs like everybody else. If you google your particular model number, you can find out who makes / made the part / model and revision.
Originally Posted by albatross_
Hey guys. I have a set of RipjawsX 4GB x 2 at 1600mhz CL9. Was thinking of grabbing another set to bump it up to 16gb. Any idea what are the chances that the two sets might not play well together? I've heard of this happening but not sure how often it really happens.
G.Skill guarantees compatibility with identical kits of ram. If you have a problem, get in touch with their customer service department, they are very nice and have been helpful in the past. If you cause a big enough stink (if you have a problem that is) they may even send you a free upgrade or replacement kit. Edited by Vidia-King - 6/12/12 at 8:32am