G.Skill Jumps on the Sandy Bridge Bandwagon with New RipjawsX Memory Kits

Paul Lilly

Today marks the pre-launch of Intel's much anticipated Sandy Bridge architecture, which has vendors lining up to be first out the door with related products. One of those vendors is G.Skill, who tells us they've just launched a new memory line -- RipjawsX series -- designed specifically for Intel's newest silicon.

There are a whopping 25 new DDR3 memory kits in all, ranging in frequency from 1333MHz (4GB/8GB/16GB) to 2300MHz (4GB), some with fans and some without. But what really separates these kits from your standard fare is that G.Skill purportedly hand tests each one on an Intel Sandy Bridge platform "in accordance with G.Skill's strict internal testing procedure, to ensure best in class performance, compatibility, and reliability."

No word yet on price or availability.

Image Credit: G.Skill

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