In recent years, for a lot of people, one of the biggest go-to suggestions for memory has been the G.Skill brand. They have been reliable, had great compatibility, have a lifetime warranty, and are almost always a reasonable option price-wise. Sadly we haven’t had too many in the office for review other than a few kits sent alongside launch kits. With DDR5 gaining traction and pricing coming down I’m excited to get a look at a kit that G.Skill sent over which is their Ripjaws S5 kit, and the model they sent over is the 6400 MT/s 2x16GB kit. Today I’m going to check out what the Ripjaw S5 kit has going on and then put it through a few tests to see how it performs then we can find out how it fits in the market price-wise. So let’s dive in!

Product Name: G.Skill Ripjaws S5 DDR5-6400 2x16

Review Sample Provided by: G.Skill

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Colors Available

Black and White (only black for the model tested)

Capacities Available

2 x 16 GB

2 x 32 GB

Speeds Available

5200 MT/s

5600 MT/s

6000 MT/s

6400 MT/s

Model Number Tested

F5-6400J3239G16GX2-RS5K

Memory Type

DDR5

Capacity Tested

32GB (16GBx2)

Multi-Channel Kit

Dual Channel Kit

Tested Speed (XMP/EXPO)

6400 MT/s

Tested Latency (XMP/EXPO)

32-39-39-102

Tested Voltage (XMP/EXPO)

1.40V

Registered/Unbuffered

Unbuffered

Error Checking

Non-ECC

SPD Speed (Default)

4800 MT/s

SPD Voltage (Default)

1.10V

Fan Included

No

Warranty

Limited Lifetime

Features

Intel XMP 3.0 (Extreme Memory Profile) Ready

 

 

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