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G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 3000MHz 1.35v CL 15 15 15 35 (F4-3000C15Q-16GRR) Review

RealBench

RealBench_Image_Editing

RealBench has proven to scale well with both CPU and memory testing and the G.SKILL kit came out in the lead in the Image Editing benchmark by a couple of seconds.

RealBench_Image_Heavy_Multitasking

During the Heavy Multitasking benchmark, the Ripjaws 4 kit comes out in first place again by about 1.5 seconds. Outside of overclocking, this is proving to be a good kit of RAM.

RealBench_Image+Encoding

Image encoding shows us that RealBench likes the G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 3000MHz kit, and in three of four tests, places the kit in first place so far.

Realbench_OpenCL

 

The RealBench OpenCL test puts the Ripjaws just one KSample/s behind the Kingston Predator kit. The Ripjaws 4 3000MHz kit took the lead in three of four tests in RealBench.

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  1. Great article. I will be experiencing some of these issues as well..

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