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Aim for tighter timings over mhz. My Ripjaws refused to pass 1700 with loose timings but you can see how tight I got my timings in my rig sig.

Value RAM is value RAM, don't expect miracles.

Sig rig is 2600 NB (1.35v) and 1.6v on RAM

wow, 6-7-6? Thats cool, but should i get the standard rip or the X version?
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I'd say they're probably the same thing on the inside. Both being value RAM I'd probably get the cheapest one.
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post #13 of 25
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theyre the exact same price, ill probobly get the X series, because if i sceroll down the page the X series turns out to be better ( lower CAS)
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post #14 of 25
Ripjaws vs Ripjaws X really depends on the kit/pricing/timings you want to get, first of all.
post #15 of 25
Bump for this thread...

Wanted to ask if the Ripjaws X series is just for the H67/P67 platform (which I think is BS!) or would it work with any motherboard that has support for its speed. Like if the kit was 1600Mhz, and the motherboard supported 1333-2133 speeds.

To be precise... Would this kit work with this motherboard?
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Bump for this thread...

Wanted to ask if the Ripjaws X series is just for the H67/P67 platform (which I think is BS!)
It's BS

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or would it work with any motherboard that has support for its speed. Like if the kit was 1600Mhz, and the motherboard supported 1333-2133 speeds.

To be precise... Would this kit work with this motherboard?
Yes it would work
post #17 of 25
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So to answer everyones (including mine) question, ripjaws = ripjaws X. The only difference is the cooler looks, well cooler, but not necessarily better, its all about marketing get whatever one matches your mobo/budget theyre all the same
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Yes...only difference is different sinks.
    
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post #19 of 25
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Bump for this thread...

Wanted to ask if the Ripjaws X series is just for the H67/P67 platform (which I think is BS!) or would it work with any motherboard that has support for its speed. Like if the kit was 1600Mhz, and the motherboard supported 1333-2133 speeds.

To be precise... Would this kit work with this motherboard?
I believe the one's marketed for Intel boards just run at a lower voltage because Intel mobo's need low voltage like 1.5v and below
post #20 of 25
Ripjaws X are basically Ripjaws with an "X" on them

Perhaps slightly better binning and performance-price, but eh, the original Ripjaws also have good binning and performance-price anyway

Though I'd take Ripjaws X over Ripjaws for same price, if the original Ripjaws cost less I would take the Ripjaws
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