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2014-12-24 G.Skill Ripjaws 4 DDR4-2400MHz 4X4GB Memory Kit Received "Recommended" Award from Hexus.net
Looking to keep costs low for entry-level DDR4 is Taiwanese manufacturer G.Skill. It's now debuting a 16GB quad-channel DDR4-2,400 CL15 kit for £185, undercutting much of the competition by a handy degree. News of falling DDR4 prices may make users reconsider the X99 platform for their next build, particularly with the sub-£300 Core i7-5820K processor at the helm, so let's take a closer look at G.Skill's Ripjaws 4 budget offering.
 
2014-12-22 G.Skill Ripjaws 4 DDR4-2800MHz 4x4GB Memory Kit Received "OCC Gold" from Overclockersclub.com
Introduced alongside Intels X99 platform and Haswell-E processors, DDR4 was the next logical step forward to provide the memory bandwidth needed for the extreme high-end desktop platform.
 
2014-11-27 Phoenix Blade Received "Must Have Award" and scored 9.5 out of 10 from Kitguru.net
G.Skill’s Phoenix Blade SSD, Combining four of LSI SandForce’s tried-and-tested SF-2281 controllers in RAID 0 with 480 usable gigabytes of 19nm Toshiba MLC NAND, G.Skill is able to quote up to 2000MBps read and write speeds for the Phoenix Blade. That’s about four times faster than the SATA 6Gbps connection’s top limit and outlines why a 4GBps (per direction) PCIe 2.0 x8 connection is deemed necessary.
 
2014-11-21 Phoenix Blade Received Performance Award from Hexus.net
Obtaining faster-than-SATA speeds on consumer motherboards is possible by jumping straight on to the back of the PCIe backbone connecting CPUs to a motherboards's peripherals. For example, PCIe 3.0, common on today's boards, offers approximately 1GB/s bandwidth per lane and in each direction, meaning a full x16 slot can push close to 16GB/s in both directions. PCIe, then, is effective in lifting the bandwidth lid imposed by SATA.
 
2014-11-13 Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD Received Top Pick Award from GURU3D.com
We'll be testing the GSKILL Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD today. Let me just quickly throw some numbers at you that will bring a smile to your face, so how does 2,000 MB/s maximum read and write performance sound? Yes Sir, or 245K IOPS? Yep - that's the kind of performance GSKILL offers to the performance aficionados in the year 2014.
 
2014-11-12 Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD Received Gold Award from PCPERSPECTIVE.com
G.Skill is likely better known for their RAM offerings, but they have actually been in the SSD field since the early days. My first SSD RAID was on a pair of G.Skill Flash SSDs. While they were outmaneuvered by the X25-M, they were equipped with SLC flash, and G.Skill offered them at a significantly lower price than the Samsung OEM units they were based on.
 
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