G.Skill 8GB DDR3-1333 RipjawsX, F3-10666CL9D-8GBXL
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Descripción del producto
- DiseÃ±ada para la 2Âª GeneraciÃ³n IntelÂ® CoreT Processors
- Plataforma: Intel
- Tipo: DDR3 240-pin DIMM
- M/B Chipset: Intel P67
- CAS Latency: 9-9-9-24-2N
- Capacidad: 8GB (4GB x2)
- Velocidad: DDR3-1333 (PC3 10600 / 10666)
- Test Voltage: 1.5 Volts
- Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered
- Error Checking: Non-ECC
- GarantÃa de por vida
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If you are interested, and you have a window on your case, I would say this RAM is rather attractive. It has a deeper red than shown in the picture and compliments a BLACK/RED color setup motherboard(ASUS MAX, Extreme etc ) very nicely.
The reason I will be giving this a four star rating is because the RMA process was a breeze and when this ram works, it works very well. The replacement set is installed working great for over a month. gets a 7.5 on the windows experience index. Also in regards to the one faulty stick- this is common among all brands of memory at this price point. QC aint what it used to be.
In fact, you should think twice about buying -any- low end computer parts if you have trouble dealing with the return process. And as always, run a third party stability test or "burn in" software immediately after installing and configuring new hardware. This would have saved me many hours of troubleshooting by revealing the bad stick of ram BEFORE I had the computer put back together and running my favorite game.
If a DIMM is about to catch fire, I don't think it will be repairable and should be replaced especially if its already spewed out a few clouds of black smoke. I'd rate this company a 0 out of 5 stars if possible. It takes G.SKILL's to do this (pun intended - Hah). At least it was just one DIMM and the burnt PCB smell (2 weeks and counting - my chassis still smells) due to quick action or I'd have to get a new rig.
My RMA problem description:
I was browsing the internet, close to no load, and then smoke starts rising from my chassis (computer is still operational). I immediately remove the power cord from my PSU, chassis side cover, and leave the room with windows open. I examined all components and find the cause of the smoke to be 1 of the DIMM's. The removed DIMM's heat spreader is no longer aligned vertically. My computer works fine without the problematic DIMM. Also, my apartment room and chassis now smells of burnt PCB.