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G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 64GB (8 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL10Q2-64GBZL

  • DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
  • Timing 10-10-10-30
  • Cas Latency 10
  • Voltage 1.5V
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Speed, quality, and reliability converge at the G.SKILL Ripjaws Z memory kit. It's engineered, optimized, and rigorously tested for quad-channel configurations, making it a perfect match for your monstrous powerhouse based on an Intel LGA 2011 Core i7 processor. And with rows upon rows of teeth, not only does it perform bravely, but also looks aggressive in your chassis.

  • newegg DDR3 1600 This G.SKILL memory kit is rated at 1600MHz to deliver up to 12.8GB/s bandwidth per channel to deal with the evolving needs of today's operating systems and applications. Cas Latency 10 timing ensures smoother system response.
  • newegg Quad-Channel Memory Solution G.SKILL RipjawsZ series is the ultimate quad-channel memory solution designed specifically for the cutting-edge LGA-2011 Core i7 processors and X79 chipset platform. All G.SKILL RipjawsZ memory modules are fully tested in quad-channel operation on X79 chipset platforms with G.SKILL’s rigorous testing procedures. As a result, RipjawsZ offers lightening speed with solid stability for your system.
  • newegg Outstanding Cooling Design At G.SKILL, we understand that heat management is always an important issue for any PC building enthusiast. In order to address this problem, the RipjawsZ Series are especially designed with a stylish teeth-like heat spreader fin design, which provides optimal heat dissipation by exposing a greater surface area to cool air, without sacrificing any “swag” in your system.
  • newegg Intel XMP Support All G.SKILL DDR3 memory kits come with the latest Intel XMP standard developed for Intel platforms. It provides PC enthusiasts an entirely trouble-free overclocking experience to boost their Intel systems for extreme levels of performance, while retaining system stability.

Learn more about the G.SKILL F3-12800CL10Q2-64GBZL

Model

Brand
G.SKILL
Series
Ripjaws Z Series
Model
F3-12800CL10Q2-64GBZL
Type
240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM

Tech Spec

Capacity
64GB (8 x 8GB)
Speed
DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
Cas Latency
10
Timing
10-10-10-30
Voltage
1.5V
ECC
No
Buffered/Registered
Unbuffered
Features
Quad channel memory designed for LGA2011 Intel Core-i7 processors and X79 platforms.

Intel XMP 1.3 ready.

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): Lifetime
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): Lifetime


Customer Reviews of the G.SKILL F3-12800CL10Q2-64GBZL

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  • Gary F.
  • 3/5/2014 9:29:08 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggscomplete satisfaction

Pros: The pros are there are no cons. I'm running 64GB against a 3.2 GHz i7 3930k one a Sabertooth x79, with no issues at all, ever. I'm OC'd to 4.6 GHz and the G.Skill stays cool. I ran memtest86 right after installing and it passed 100%.

Cons: no cons

Other Thoughts: It's red, looks cool inside a white corsair 600T

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  • Zhihong C.
  • 1/3/2014 9:08:46 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsnot what it claims

Pros: it works, 8 of them.

Cons: but at low frequency, it's not @ DDR3 1600, but @DDR3 1333.

Other Thoughts: Sabertooth X79, core i7 4820K

Manufacturer Response:

.
Dear Customer

Glad to hear the memory is working well in your system. The memory kit is above standard, so make sure to manually input settings, or enable the XMP/DOCP profile in BIOS/EFI. Without the proper configuration, the memory will default to standard values such as DDR3-1333 CL9. With the stated motherboard and CPU, the memory should run at full speed by enabling the XMP Profile under Ai Overclock Tuner in the Ai Tweaker advanced section of BIOS/EFI. It is a combination of hardware that has been tested for perfect compatibility. Should you need set up assistance or have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly.

Thank you
GSKILL SUPPORT

Quality and customer service are our top priorities.

Tech Support Email: ustech@gskillusa.com
RMA Dept Email: rma@gskillusa.com
G.Skill Forum: http://www.gskill.us/forum/

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  • Jason H.
  • 7/5/2013 1:36:49 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsDefinately works

Pros: It works!!

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: Using an ASUS P9x79 and 3820-i7...i tried 2-32gb sets first and they caused all sorts of problems. This isn't on the QVL but so far so good. Key was the 3820 proc is actually only rated to use up to 1600 and the QVL only has a 2100 set approved. Using XMP1.3, it autoconfigured perfectly on boot.

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  • Shahid H.
  • 2/8/2013 10:37:41 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAll good

Pros: Works perfectly with my Asus P9X79 Pro motherboard. It defaulted at 1333 Mhz out of the box. As others have mentioned, XMP profile 1 needs to be enabled in BIOS to get it running at 1600 Mhz.

Cons: None

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  • Ronald B.
  • 12/31/2012 9:53:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsDigidoc FYI

Pros: The packing you are talking about is anti static foam. I am retired and worked in the packing industry. You don't always need a static plastic bag.

Cons: none

Manufacturer Response:

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Dear Customer

For electronic items such as DRAM, it is best to use anti static packaging material to prevent any potential static charge/build up. Anti-static material is available in many different forms, so it is not always a plastic bag. When handling RAM, always make sure to touch a piece of metal to ground your body. This will ensure the electric-static charge does not transfer. This is a high capacity, high performance memory kit, so you should be very pleased with the result. With 64GB installed, your computer should be capable of anything you put to it. For any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly.

Thank you
GSKILL SUPPORT

Quality and customer service are our top priorities.

Tech Support Email: ustech@gskillusa.com
RMA Dept Email: rma@gskillusa.com
G.Skill Forum: http://www.gskill.us/forum/

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  • Manny R.
  • 12/15/2012 10:32:36 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks with my Gigabyte X79-UP4 mainboard!

Pros: - 64 gigs of DDR3 RAM @ DDR1600 speed!
- Works with my Gigabyte X79-UP4 mainboard.
- Heat sinks aren't outrageously large.
- Needed minimal fiddling in the BIOS to get them to run at DDR1600 speed.

Cons: - Packaging made me say "????!??" at first.
- Memory didn't necessarily work out of the box.

The packaging caught me off-guard at first. If you've bought G.Skill RAM before you've no doubtlessly seen their plastic blister packaging. These arrived in a brown cardboard box with a G.Skill sticker on them. That in of itself wasn't unusual and in a way I kind of expected it since it's eight matched sticks of RAM. What caught me off-guard is that the individual sticks come inserted in foam sleeves, not ESD bags. I've always been taught to keep sensitive electronics away from potentially static generating foam, but maybe they're using an ESD type foam packaging? At any rate I was just surprised to see the sticks packaged that way, but since they work great with zero errors, it obviously didn't harm the DIMMS.

This isn't necessarily a con against the memory, but the memory didn't work in my system immediately. At first I couldn't figure out what was wrong. My system would power on but it wouldn't post at all (black screen). What it ended up being was that the DIMMS had to be removed and re-inserted a few times; I guess to break through any oxide on the DIMM contacts and on the sockets too. Once I did that the machine fired right up like a champ. It's not exactly a fault of the memory; stuff like this happens all the time (I service PC's and I see it happen every now and then).

Other Thoughts: I'm a long-time G.Skill customer and I've been extremely happy with their memory. I've got six systems with G.Skill RAM (one being a laptop and the other being a Macbook Pro), and they all run great with their memory. This particular kit is replacing the 4x4GB of G.Skill RipjawsX DDR1600 RAM I had in this initial build; and the only reason I'm replacing the memory was so I could max out the mainboard with 64GB (and the RipjawsX is going into another one of my builds).

When you first power on the computer with these memory modules they'll work at DDR1333 speeds. That's normal. You will need to go in and select the XMP memory profile to make them work at DDR1600. Since I'm running an overclocked CPU (i7-3930 @ 4.4Ghz), and I did once get a BSOD on boot, to be on the safe side I bumped up the RAM voltage ever so slightly to 1.505 and the CPU VTT to 1.1. I figure that with eight DIMMS running at DDR1600, it's bound to need a very slight voltage boost to stabilize them and so far it seems I was right. It's been rock stable since I did that.

It almost feels obscene having 64GB of RAM at my disposal on my system now. :D The primary thing I'm doing with this much RAM is I'm using 20GB of it as a RAM disk (the free SoftPerfect RAMDisk works great for this). I do a lot of Photoshop and Lightroom work, so being able to use the RAM disk as a scratch drive speeds things up to insane levels.

If you're a gamer, unless you're using it as a RAM disk (and creating symbolic links to your game files), it's really not worth it to go with this much RAM. If you're a creative professional though it's worth every penny!

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  • Leonid P.
  • 12/15/2012 8:26:54 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks well with P9X79PRO

Pros: Works with no issues

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: Failed to overclock beyond 1600. P9X79PRO went to BIOS when I populatd all 8 slots. It has two options: to configure memory auto or xmp. Auto configuration selected 9-9-9-24 settings, which are wrong. xmp selected correct settings.
I selected xmp settings and never had issues. During overclocking I had to pay attention not to exceed 1600 speed and select xmp profile.

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  • Brad B.
  • 10/28/2012 6:22:14 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent RAM

Pros: Works as advertised. Currently working with 64GB of RAM in my computer!

Cons: No Cons at this time.

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  • Travis H.
  • 10/15/2012 9:06:00 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsworks and is shiny

Pros: It works for the x79 board and states that on their site I made mistake of first of buying 64gb that didn't say that before and had headaches with only parts showing up. x79 is picky over 32gb

Cons: the box is obviously made for 32gb ram as the internal guides have the other 32gb squashed outside it. while it's a fact of x79 and not the ram. 64gb reverts to 1333 speed on the board.

Manufacturer Response:

.
Dear Customer

Thank you for your G.Skill purchase and review. Glad to hear you like the memory and it is working well in your new X79 build. With 64GB of DDR3-1600, your computer should be capable of anything you put to it. Paired with a Sandybridge-E CPU, it is like 6 gaming computers with over 10GB of RAM each. You essentially have a super computer. With regards to DRAM frequency, simply enable XMP Profile in BIOS/EFI and the system should operate at the memory's rated specifications. Should you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly.

Thank you
GSKILL SUPPORT

Quality and customer service are our top priorities.

Tech Support Email: ustech@gskillusa.com
RMA Dept Email: rma@gskillusa.com
G.Skill Forum: http://www.gskill.us/forum/

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  • Dmitriy M.
  • 9/30/2012 2:33:50 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat memory at a competitive price

Pros: So far so good (have used these for about 2 weeks). I wanted to get 64 GB of RAM for my Asus Rampage IV Extreme x79 system, and from past experiences on x58, I was a bit skeptical of getting 4 kits of 2x8 or 2 kits of 4x8. Instead, I figured a single kit of 8x8 could be best if they indeed test them sufficiently to ensure good compatibility across the modules.

This kit was definitely the cheaper one of 8x8GB kits on the market (I needed 1600 or higher speeds, but could not justify going higher and paying lots more for it). Given the competitive price, I really had no other choice to consider (the kit was $315 minus 15% off with a coupon code). Using this largely as a Ramdisk.

XMP profile worked like a charm, although I will be looking into overclocking it in the future (haven't bothered yet, as I am waiting to get a case to outfit with a liquid cooling setup). Asus RIVE is on the QVL list of this memory.

I was a bit worried given several reviews of the RAM dying, but I have past RMA experience with G.Skill and am confident that they would replace the product if it failed on me.

One thing that truly impressed me about G.Skill this time was their response to an inquiry I made. I want to mention one minor thing: in past experiences with other PC component companies, I would sometimes contact tech support and they'd just reply "please contact our sales team" or vice versa. I sent my inquiry to G.Skill Sales group, but received a reply from their Tech Support team instead (so they routed my inquiry correctly and without wasting my time and requiring me to do it myself). I asked about how they bin the modules and whether they truly test them such that a single 8x8 kit is different from eight 1x8 or four 2x8 or two 4x8. I received a long, detailed response a full page long. This really sealed the deal for me just knowing that they take the time to address their customers and to give the details I was seeking.

I have been using G.Skill for RAM since DDR2 builds I've had and although some old RAM had to be RMA'd years ago, my three 2x4GB Ripjaws kits prior to this upgrade to 8x8GB served me well for a couple of years.

Cons: Only two weeks of ownership so far. Have not yet tested for O/C capabilities, but it was not my intention when going to the huge 64GB capacity (it is certainly harder to O/C 8 modules than, say, two).

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