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…