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Gskill Class Action Claims High-Speed Memory Cards Need Modified Computers To Work As Advertised

(Photo Credit: charnsitr/Shutterstock) Gskill Class Action Lawsuit Overview: Who: A dissatisfied customer filed a class action lawsuit against Gskill. Why: The customer argues that Gskill’s false advertising leads customers to believe its high-speed memory cards can operate at their advertised speed without further manual modifications by the user.  Where: The class action lawsuit was filed…

G.Skill RipJaws V Memory Sticks Must Be ‘Overclocked’ to Achieve Advertised Speeds, Class Action Claims

G.Skill RipJaws V Memory Sticks Must Be ‘Overclocked’ to Achieve Advertised Speeds, Class Action Claims

New to ClassAction.org? Read our Newswire Disclaimer A proposed class action alleges G.Skill USA has falsely advertised its RipJaws V DDR4-3600 MHz plug-in computer memory sticks in that they can only achieve the promised “[b]lazing [f]ast” transfer speeds if their firmware is “overclocked,” which requires additional power and can reportedly compromise the stability of a…

G.Skill Z5i Review: Shake Your Memory Maker

G.Skill Z5i Review: Shake Your Memory Maker

TODAY’S BEST DEALS You probably know G.Skill for making some of the best RAM, particularly for overclockers. But from time to time the company likes to dabble in other categories, like peripherals. But today we’re reviewing another unicorn: A G.Skill PC case. The chassis in question is the G.Skill Z5i, which is a compact ITX…