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post #11 of 47
Can you use these kits on another motherboard such as i5's and i7's?

Instead of Sandy Bridges?
post #12 of 47
If the price is right i'll pick up those 1600mhz 6-8-6-24!
post #13 of 47
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Originally Posted by jpyumul View Post
Will these kits work on amd platforms?

Base on timings... blue kits are for intel...
and red for amd?

I wonder if the blue and black kits will be compatible on amd.
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Can you use these kits on another motherboard such as i5's and i7's?

Instead of Sandy Bridges?
There would be NO problem running these on AMD or P55 / X58. On AMD, you probably wouldn't be able to run them at any real high rated specs, but you can still run them. They just market it as "Sandy Bridge" memory, because they were able to achieve those insane speeds on Sandy Bridge. I just threw a pair of Ripjaws CAS7 "designed for Intel" memory on a friend's Athlon II X4 build, and had no problems running at rated specs. Even the G.Skill forum reps will tell you they will work on AMD platforms.
Edited by Diabolical999 - 1/3/11 at 8:06pm
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Wats so bad about these psc chips? Not enough headroom fr oc?
they overclock high but the timing is garbage.
high trcd timing = low read/write bandwidth.
post #15 of 47
Can't stand ripjaws heatsinks... or the name "ripjaws"
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post #16 of 47
What if our standard motherboards support up to 2000mhz then would it be alright? Hmm i will wait on reviews on these. I love fast ram.
post #17 of 47
I don't really need to worry about these for myself, I'm set for life with my D9JNM

If these are priced right they're definitely going to make good suggestions for builds though, with the majority running at 1.5V with okay timings. I'm thinking there will be a refresh to G.Skill ECO as well considering they're now able to run 1600 6-8-6 at 1.5V or 2133 at 1.5V among other things (1600+ ECOs anybody? )
post #18 of 47
Will definitely consider these if I find my memory lacking. I bought 4gb since I do not do too much other than office tasks/web/gaming, but eventually want to get into photography more seriously. I know that Lightroom and Photoshop benefit from more memory.
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post #19 of 47
Meh. CL7 at 2300mhz from the factory is pretty darn impressive, but the RCD and RP timings need work.

Looks like i'll wait for some 30nm Elpida stuff to become available for desktop users.
 
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post #20 of 47
If anyone hasn't noticed, some of these are already available on Newegg for the same price as their original Ripjaws counterparts. It wouldn't matter which kit you get until you consider 1.6V vs 1.65V in some of the kits.
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