'

G.SKILL reveals low-profile Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory modules

Low profile DDR5 with speeds of up to 6000 MT/s

G.SKILL reveals low-profile Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory modules

G.SKILL reveals low-profile Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory modules

G.Skill has already announced its full-sized Trident Z5 DDR5 memory modules and their "world's fastest" DDR5-6600 CL16 modules. Today, G.SKILL's talking about their low profile DDR5 offerings, compacted modules that offer high levels of performance with heatsink-friendly 33mm module heights. Presenting, G>SKILL's Ripjaws S5 series. 

With speeds of between DDR5-4800 and DDR5-6000 and CL timings as low as CL36-36-36-76 across that range, G.SKILL's promising high levels of per module performance, fairly tight memory timings and an appealing aesthetic with their new Ripjaws S5 series modules. 

At launch, G.SKILL will only be offering these modules with 16 GB per module capacities. That said, G.SKILL has stated that the DDR5 standard supports DRAM module sizes that are up to 128GB per module. This makes DDR5 memory appealing for those who have demanding workflows such as content creation, video editing, animation rendering and scientific computing.  

Below is G.SKILL's press release about their Ripjaws S5 series DR5 memory modules. 

G.SKILL reveals low-profile Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory modules  
Press Release - G.SKILL Announces New Ripjaws S5 Series Low-Profile Performance DDR5 Memory

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is announcing the Ripjaws S5 series, an all-new low-profile, high-performance DDR5 memory kit designed for the latest DDR5-enabled platform. Each Ripjaws S5 is created with hand-screened high performance memory ICs that have undergone strict G.SKILL performance testing to provide the best performance, compatibility, and stability. Available in matte black or matte white, the design of Ripjaws S5 is an ideal match for any PC builds for gamers, enthusiasts, and modders who are looking for the perfect trinity of speed, capacity, and style.

Built upon decades of experience in developing high-performance memory, the G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 DDR5 memory series is engineered with high-quality hand-screened ICs, designed for high-speed performance, and tested for compatibility across a wide range of DDR5-enabled motherboards. At launch, Ripjaws S5 is available up to DDR5-6000 memory speed, making this the ideal choice for experiencing the high-performance of next-gen DDR5 memory.



Super-Speed in Style

The next-gen Ripjaws S5 series adopts a minimalist chromatic design inspired by classic racing stripes and grills, available in matte black or matte white to match a wide variety of PC build themes.

33 mm Low-Profile Design

Featuring a low-profile height of just 33 mm, the Ripjaws S5 memory is an ideal choice for compact Mini-ITX builds or systems with large CPU coolers.

Unlocking Higher Capacity with DDR5 Memory

DDR5 memory is designed to support increased module capacity, starting from 16 GB per module and up to 128 GB per module. This unlocks higher capacity limitations for a smoother workflow on demanding workloads, such as content creation, video editing, animation rendering, and scientific computing.

Availability & Specifications

These high-speed memory specifications will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in November 2021.

You can join the discussion on G.Skill's low profile Ripjaws S5 Series DDR5 memory kits on the OC3D Forums


G.SKILL reveals low-profile Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory modules

«Prev 1 Next»

Most Recent Comments

22-10-2021, 23:02:53

NeverBackDown
Not bad actually like the looks. No RGB!Quote

24-10-2021, 10:52:36

Dawelio
Why does so many dislike RGB? I've never quite understood that. I mean, it will basically look the same if you simply turn it off. But you'll always have the option if you ever would like it.Quote

24-10-2021, 11:00:59

Dark NighT
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Why does so many dislike RGB? I've never quite understood that. I mean, it will basically look the same if you simply turn it off. But you'll always have the option if you ever would like it.

It does add cost, and for some people, if you turn it off you can have an ugly diffuser or piece of acrylic just sitting there not fitting the theme of the ram, motherboard or just entire pc, there is a valid point to not having any rgb on ram, gpu, motherboards and i wish more companies would offer both options.Quote

24-10-2021, 14:12:46

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Why does so many dislike RGB? I've never quite understood that. I mean, it will basically look the same if you simply turn it off. But you'll always have the option if you ever would like it.
Because why should we pay extra for something we will turn off?

If you had the choice between 2 new phones, one that has no case, and the other that has a garrish hello kitty phone cover. Which would you choose? knowing the one with the cover costs more.

Now imagine that all phones came with that cover which "you can take it off" but they all cost more than the original phone without a case. Why should you pay the extra for something you will take off and never use?Quote

24-10-2021, 15:51:31

Dawelio
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
It does add cost, and for some people, if you turn it off you can have an ugly diffuser or piece of acrylic just sitting there not fitting the theme of the ram, motherboard or just entire pc, there is a valid point to not having any rgb on ram, gpu, motherboards and i wish more companies would offer both options.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Because why should we pay extra for something we will turn off?

If you had the choice between 2 new phones, one that has no case, and the other that has a garrish hello kitty phone cover. Which would you choose? knowing the one with the cover costs more.

Now imagine that all phones came with that cover which "you can take it off" but they all cost more than the original phone without a case. Why should you pay the extra for something you will take off and never use?
Fair points, fair points Quote
Reply
x

Register for the OC3D Newsletter

Subscribing to the OC3D newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the latest technology reviews, competitions and goings-on at Overclock3D. We won't share your email address with ANYONE, and we will only email you with updates on site news, reviews, and competitions and you can unsubscribe easily at any time.

Simply enter your name and email address into the box below and be sure to click on the links in the confirmation emails that will arrive in your e-mail shortly after to complete the registration.

If you run into any problems, just drop us a message on the forums.