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up for sale are now six G.Skill memory kits, all Samsung B-die based, four 3600c16 RipjawV 2x8GB kits and one 3400C16 4x16GB kit. All have been tested today a last time with memtest 5.01 and work without errors. 4133 TridentZ kit added.




1. 2x8GB G.Slill RipjawV DDR4-3600 C16-16-16-36 1.35v


SN1636xxx31/32, tested on MOCF at Windows7x64 for Geekbench3, XTU and SPi32m at 1,85-1,87v BIOS (around 1,9-1,92v real) 4000 12-12-12-28 1T 240. The kit does quite well, but at XP, I tried two runs 32m with waza which both failed. Due to my very limited time atm, I did not retest with different IMC volts or tweaks, I offer the kit as non waza capable cheap.


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2. 2x8GB G.Skill RipjawV DDR4-3600 C16-16-16-36 1.35v


SN1638xxx15/16, tested on MOCF at windows7x64 for geekbench3, XTU and Spi32m at 1,86-1-88v BIOS (around 1,92-1,95v real) 4000 12-11-11-28 1T 220 respectively 12-12-12-28. Waza worked for me at runs at 1,9 and 1,89v 100% reliable, 1,88v failed at late loop and I did no try a second time. Fast retest resulted in 1,86v 12-11 4000 geekbench, 1,95v at same divider resulted in 4105 12-12 geekbench. 4133 boots and enters win but geekbench failed, might be mems or board/imc which gives me big headache lately


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3. 2x8GB G.Skill RipjawV DDR4-3600 C16-16-16-36 1.35v


SB1638xxxx17/18, tested on MOCF at Windows7x64 for several benchmarks like Geekbench3, Cinebenches, XTU and SPi32m at 1,84-1,86v BIOS (around 1,89-1,91v real) 4000 12-11-11-28 1T 220. Test for waza at XP resulted in 1,86v 100% reliable at same settings, 1,85v failed late, no second try. The kit scales at least up to the 1,96v BIOS I tested as max and will go a lot higher than the 4000 stable with capable IMC.

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4. 2x8GB G.Skill RipjawV DDR4-3600 C16-16-16-36 1.35v


SN1636xxxx29/30, tested on MOCF with 6600k like all other kits. Results at Windows7x64 for geekbench3, xtu and other benchmarks 4000 12-11-11-28 1T 220 1,82-1,84v BIOS (around 1,87-1,89v real). AT XP I tested 4000 C12-11-11-28 1T 220 waza at 1,84v 100% reliable, 1,83v worked two out of three times but I do not call this perfectly reliable. The kit seems to max out at stable benchmarking around 1,95v BIOS, but this is still plenty of headroom to go for 4100+ on good IMC, my cpu on air is not strong enough to run 4133 reliable.

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5. 2x8GB G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-4133 C19-21-21-41 1.35v


SN1627xxxx85/86, open box purchase (shop labeled the kit as refurbished). Tested on MOCF with 6600k at win7x64 for geekbench3, XTU and spi32m 1,845-1,86v BIOS (around 1,9-1,91v real) for 4000 12-11-11-28 1T 220, at XP with waza 4000 12-11-11-28 1T 220 with CDT waza as usual, worked for me 1,87v BIOS (around 1,92-1.93v real). Not more tested, apart from 1,95v BIOS Boot, win enter and geekbench, no problem.

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6. 4x16gb G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-3400 C16-16-16-36 1.35v


SN1611xxxx13-16, genuine quad kit. For test results I add a link of the old test I did on Asus Maximus8 Hero and Impact, awesome kit that is doing extremely well even on the overwhelmed Z170 boards I tested on.


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Prices currency Euro) excluding shipping


1. 125 Euro sold

2. 150 Euro

3. 200 Euro sold

4. 210 Euro sold

5. 180 Euro sold

6. 350 Euro


All cleared, feel free to buy or not :)


Payment is possible with western union or paypal, buyer sends as gift or covers fees, this is non negotiable. Shipping can be done with deutsche post for 10-12 Euros worldwide (about customs, inform yourself before purchase), the 64gb kit will be a bit more (around 18 euros). DHL is an option, but will especially outside of EU be a lot more expensive, and for deutsche Post I already included insurance and tracking the estimated prices.



Disclaimer: I am a private seller, because of this I have to rule out returns explicitly, and also warranty and guarantee provided by me, which I do hereby. On a quick note, people who dealt with me know I am always in for helping, but after several requests now for doing rmas at shops for physically damaged or obviously altered items like delidded (not by me), lapped (also not by me) cpus, mems with ripped of Heatspreaders and ics (and this as well not done by me) think twice what you do, I will not provide help for this. It should not be difficult to understand why

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