G.Skill Ripjaws 4 F4-3000C15Q-GRR 16GB Memory Kit Review

Memory by leeghoofd @ 2015-03-02

With the release of Intel's high end X99 platform aka Haswell-E last year DDR4 became available for the big masses. Besides the massive available bandwidth these DDR4 modules can also pack a far higher density per stick. All this goodness is available at your disposal while requiring a mere 1.2-1.35Volts. Only drawback, as with each new technology at launch is the high retail price, Things have settled a bit and prices are slowly plummeting. Today we have a look at one of G.Skill enthusiast kits: the Ripjaws 4 F4-3000C15Q quad channel kit. While they have even faster kits in their lineup, ranging up to a massive 3400MHz out of the box. Today's reviewed 3000C15 kit has been heralded by many enthusiasts worldwide. Time to take a closer look.


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XMP Profile and Gallery

The G.Skill F4-3000C15Q 16GRR features one XMP 2.0 profile:

 

  • 3000C15-15-15-35 Command Rate 2T at 1.35Volts.

 

Below is the extract of what is read out on the ASUS Rampage V Extreme motherboard after enabling the XMP profile in the BIOS

 

 

 

Looking at them timings there seems to be plenty of possibilities for manual tweaking :)

 

 

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