G.Skill Introduces Ripjaws Peripherals

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G.Skill isn’t happy with just making memory modules and they’re branching out into new areas. We saw earlier how they entered the PSU market with some really nice units – but that isn’t all. They’re also entering the peripheral market with everything from Mechanical keyboards over gaming mice to surround sound headsets.

The MX780 RGB Gaming Mouse features a height-adjustable palm rest and interchangeable side grips to maximize comfort and support for your hand size and grip style. On the insides it packs a 32-bit ARM processor, Avago laser sensor, and it is equipped with Omron switches for long durability. The MX780 has an 8200 dpi resolution, 1000Hz polling rate and can track up to 150ips and 30g of acceleration.durability of 20 million clicks.

Up to 5 individual profiles can be stored within the device, each profile with its own sets of customizable RGB lighting across 4 lighting zones and unique settings for 8 fully programmable buttons. You can store up to 5 profiles within the device and customize the RGB lighting across 4 lighting zones.


The Mechanical Ripjaws KM780 keyboard is available in two LED variations, one crimson red and one with full RGB colors. The KM780 is built with Cherry MX Red and Brown key switches and comes with a 2 meter long braided USB cable.

The KM780 also features onboard storage for your customized settings, even when you connect it to strange systems. You can store up to three independent modes of settings on the keyboard, easily switchable via Mode hotkeys. Each mode contains its own lighting patterns, macro setup, timer setting, key delay and repeat rate, polling rate, and various other settings.


Last but not least are the two new Ripjaws headsets, the SR910 with real 7.1 surround sound through 10 discrete audio drivers and the SV710 with virtual 7.1 surround sound powered by two 50mm drivers.


The headsets feature comfortable leatherette lined ear pads so you can enjoy even the longest gaming sessions with your friends. The microphone comes with built-in environmental noise cancelation so your friends don’t have to listen to what’s going on around you.


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