Today we're going to take a quick look at some GSKILL RipJaws V -- DDR4 3000 at 15-15-15-35 1.35v timings!

DDR4 is exciting because it is a move toward higher clocks and more ram performance.

In this video Wendell rambles (lovingly) about DDR4 tech and we put the GSKILL RipJaws V memory to the test. We also take a look at what it takes to enable XMP on Asus Z170-A and Z170 Deluxe motherboads (hint: not much). Nearly all motherboards also have the option in the UEFI.

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