G.Skill RipJaws SR910 7.1 channel headset review

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Specification and Unboxing

Specification and Unboxing


The full name for the product is "RIPJAWS SR910 7.1 Headset" and comes in a suitable cardboard box, with a window on the side so you can see the coolness contained within. 

Package Contents

  • G.SKILL RIPJAWS SR910 Digital Gaming Headset w/ Desktop Remote
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Warranty Leaflet


  • Headphone Driver Material - Neodymium Magnet 
  • Headphone Driver Diameter - 40mm (Sub)30mm (Front)30mm (Center)27mm (Side)23mm (Rear) 
  • Headphone Impedance - 32O @ 1kHz 
  • Headphone Frequency Response - 20-20,000 Hz 
  • Microphone Type - Unidirectional Noise Cancelling Condenser 
  • Microphone Impedance - 2.2k O 
  • Microphone Frequency Response - 50-10,000 Hz 
  • Microphone Sensitivity - 36±3 dB 
  • Connector - USB 2.0 Type A 
  • Cable Length 3m 
  • Weight 420g 
  • Weight (incl. cable+remote) 600g (incl. cable+remote) 
  • Warranty 2-Year Limited Warranty

For the headset to fully function you will need to download a driver suite available at G.Skill this enables the surround mode and offers a 10-band EQ, but we'll show you that later.



Included in the packaging you can find the headset with control pod, roughly 3m USB cable (rubber) a quick start guide / leaflet and warranty card (you receive two years warranty).


Though not light, this headset is not too heavy either at a measured 420g (hey 10 Neodyne magnets!) . You'll have to download the drivers for the headset from the G.Skill website. Mind you, the headphones actually work without drivers installed (tested on Windows 7 and 10) yet for the niche EQ and Surround functionality you'll need to download and install them

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