Memory

G.Skill Announces World's Fastest DDR5 Memory Kits

Today, G.Skill announced its newest Trident Z5 memory kits boasting the fastest DDR5 speeds to date. These kits run at a blistering 6600 MT/s with a low latency of CL36. For comparison, the base specification for DDR5 is 4800 MT/s at CL40. Pricing and availability are still unknown. Please continue reading G.Skill’s press release below for additional details. Read More

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G.Skill Announces Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 Ram Kits

Yesterday, G.Skill announced its latest flagship DDR5 ram, the Trident Z5, and Z5 RGB series. Designed specifically for the upcoming next-generation Intel CPUs, the Trident Z series is well known among PC enthusiasts and overclocking gurus. G.Skill is committed to maintaining the Trident Z reputation by utilizing Samsung ICs, highly regarded for high performance and overclocking ability. Three kits of both RGB and non-RGB will be available by November and have frequencies of 5600 MHz, 6000 Mhz, and 6400 MHz. Capacities are currently 32 GBs (16GBx2) per kit for the initial launch. Pricing has not been announced at this time. For additional details, please read G.Skill’s press release below. Read More

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GeIL Polaris RGB SYNC DDR5 4800 MHz On Sale Now at Newegg

Yesterday, Newegg began listing GeIL Polaris RGB SYNC DDR5 4800 MHz ram kits for $350 before quickly going out of stock. The kits offered are available in red, black, or white and are packaged as a 32GB (2×16 GB) set. Newegg is getting a headstart before the launch of Intel’s upcoming 12th Gen Core CPUs, which should be arriving in the coming weeks. Stay tuned as we will keep you posted as we receive more information.  Read More

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XPG Overclocks DDR5 to 8,118 MT/s

On Saturday, XPG announced it had successfully overclocked one of its DDR5-4800 MHz memory kits to an astonishing 8,118 MT/s. This marks the first DDR5 memory kit to be overclocked to such a high speed and shows XPG’s dedication to the overclocking community. The XPG ram used to accomplish this great feat featured SK Hynix DRAM modules with the CAS# Latency loosened to 50 clocks. That’s only 8 clocks lower than one of its JEDEC specifications. Below is XPG’s announcement. Read More

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Corsair Launches Vengeance RGB RT and RS Series Memory Modules

Today, Corsair launched two new arrivals to the Vengeance memory series, the RGB RT and RGB RS. The Vengeance RGB RT is available in up to 256 GB kits with frequencies of up to 4600 MHz while the RGB RS kits are available up to 128 GB with speeds up to 3600 MHz. Naturally, Corsair’s iCUE software controls the lighting. Pricing for the RS starts as low as $49.99 for a 1×8 GB 3200 MHz CL16 module while the RT models range from $109.99 for a 2×8 GB 3200 MHz CL16 kit all the way up to $2,089.99 for an 8x32GB (256 GB) 3600 MHz CL18 kit. For more details, continue reading Corsair’s press release below. Read More

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PNY Announces Low Profile XLR8 Gaming DDR4 Memory

Today, PNY announced the addition of its low-profile series DDR4 ram to the XLR8 Gaming line-up. Three kits are available in 2666 MHz (CAS 16), 3200 MHz (CAS 16), and 3600 MHz with capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB for each set. These low-profile kits measure only 32 mm high and are well suited for all applications including small form factor builds or with large CPU heatsinks with memory clearance issues. Availability will be through Amazon, Best Buy, and PNY.com, though pricing has not been released. Below is PNY’s press release. Read More

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TeamGroup Announced T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory

TeamGroup just announced its latest memory series, the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory. This next generation of DDR5 memory will feature Intel XMP 3.0 support, capacities of up to 32 GB, and frequencies of up to 5600 MHz. The T-Force Delta RGB will also be equipped with oversized heat spreaders and, as the name implies, RGB lighting. Pricing is unknown at this time but availability is expected in the fourth quarter of 2021. Below is TeamGroup’s press release. Read More

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PNY Announces XLR8 Gaming DDR5 4800Mhz Desktop Memory

Today, PNY announced its XLR8 Gaming DDR5 4800 MHz desktop memory. DDR5 signifies the next major leap in PC memory advancement with its low voltage requirements and increased JEDEC standard speeds. As with all DDR5 memory kits, these include an on-module PMIC (Power Management IC) reducing the load from the motherboards voltage regulators. Availability is expected around the fourth quarter of 2021 but there is still no word on pricing. Here is PNY’s official press release. Read More

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PNY Announces XLR8 EPIC-X RGB DDR4 Ram

PNY has just announced the addition of the EPIC-X RGB series into its already successful XLR8 Desktop memory. The Epic-X RGB will feature 2×8 GB (16 GB) ram kits ranging from 4000 MHz up to 4600 MHz. Each kit features RGB lighting, CAS18 or 19 Latency, and a limited lifetime warranty. While pricing is still unknown, availability will be through Amazon, Best Buy, or directly through PNY’s online sales. Below is PNY’s press release. Read More

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Biostar Announces RACING B560GTQ Motherboard and GAMING X Memory

Today, Biostar announced its RACING B560GTQ MicroATX motherboard and RGB DDR4 GAMING X 16GB 3600 MHz memory kit. The RACING B560GTQ motherboard is compatible with the latest Intel 11th generation processors and supports PCI-E 4.0 x4 (64Gb/s) M.2 NVMe SSDs. The RGB DDR4 GAMING X 2×8 GB memory kit is now available at 3600 MHz with a CAS Latency of 18. The RACING B560GTQ is listed with an MSRP of $150 but can be found on Newegg for only $129.95 (3rd Party Marketplace). The RGB DDR4 GAMING X 16GB 3600 MHz ram also has an MSRP of $150 but actual pricing and availability are still a mystery. Biostar’s press release, listed below, has additional information about these two new products. Read More