G.SKILL Showcases DDR5-7000 CL40 Extreme Speed Memory


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Yesterday, G.Skill announced a new achievement of 7000 MHz with its newest DDR5 Trident Z5 memory. What’s equally impressive is they were able to do this while keeping the CAS latency at the base setting of 40 clocks. The Trident Z5 DDR5 memory was able to reach these speeds in part by the Samsung components that have become synonymous with the Trident name. To find out more, please continue reading G.Skill’s press release below.

G.SKILL Showcases DDR5-7000 CL40 Extreme Speed Memory

G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40
G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40

(2 November 2021) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the achievement of DDR5-7000 CL40-40-40-76 32GB (2x16GB) extreme speed, passing the Memtest stability test. 7000MT/s memory speed is an exciting milestone, as it was only seen under liquid nitrogen sub-zero temperature cooling not long ago in overclocking records. Accomplished with high-performance Samsung DDR5 components, this extreme speed memory is truly worthy of the G.SKILL flagship Trident Z5 family classification.

G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40
G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40

DDR5-7000 CL40 – Demonstrating the Ultimate Overclocking Potential of DDR5 Memory

G.SKILL has been dedicated to develop the fastest possible DDR5 memory on the latest 12th Gen Intel® Core™ desktop processors and Intel® Z690 chipset motherboards. Today, G.SKILL is proud to announce the feat of reaching DDR5-7000 extreme speed, while maintaining an ultra-low CAS latency timing of CL40-40-40-76. The memory modules that reached this monumental achievement is built with high-performance Samsung DDR5 components, and has shown to be stable under Memtest. Please refer to the screenshot below:

G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40
G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40

“We are seeing amazing overclocking potential of DDR5 memory on the latest 12th Gen Intel® Core™ desktop processors and Intel® Z690 chipset motherboards,” says Tequila Huang, Corporate Vice President of G.SKILL International. “DDR5-7000 is an incredible milestone for us, and we will continue to work with our industry partners to develop ever-faster DDR5 memory for PC enthusiasts and overclockers.”

G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40
G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40

DDR5-6666 CL40 – Fastest on Intel XMP 3.0 List

Following in the footsteps of extreme-performance memory kits, the G.SKILL DDR5-6666 CL40 memory kit is currently the fastest memory kit on the Intel® XMP 3.0 memory list. To view the list, please refer to the following link: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/gaming/xmp-3-for-core-processors.html

G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40
G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5-7000 CL40

About G.SKILL

Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.

 

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trents

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It's hard to get excited about DDR5 when no one has it available. Not even listed on Amazon and every DDR5 memory product is sold out on Egg.

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Woomack

Benching Team Leader

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There won't be even reviews as there are barely any review samples. I should get Kingston DDR5 later today so probably will test it soon. Most others have their first deliveries in 1-2 weeks.
Actually, press releases have nothing to do with store availability and actual products that will hit the stores later. These press releases are to make a lot of noise and show who is the best on the market. Later people buy low series from the same brand ;)

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Blaylock

"That Backfired" Senior Member

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Later people buy low series from the same brand ;)

HAHAHA!

Ain't it the truth!

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TerranBrackiatt

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i actually was actually considering a intel 12900k, but trying to get any CPU + Motherboard + RAM at the same time is very difficult because of the shortages. it took me many months to finally acquire Forgotten-Legend's core at MSRP instead of scalper prices, just weeks before intel's 12th gen launch. (not to mention a change in motherboard choice since the extreme came out, which had 4 slot NVLink bridge spacing, the same as Nevermore, vs dark hero's 3 slot spacing. the s-slot bridges are a lot harder to get, and more expensive.) DDR5 just wasn't available, and the CPU and Motherboard i wanted ran sooooo much more $$$$, by the tune of an additional 100 for the CPU and another 300 for the motherboard. then i would have had to go with DDR4 anyway, and Nevermore was having issues that relegated it to backup status, just so i could work on fixing it without having to worry about whether i could game or not. (Vertigo sux y'all. it's basically an inner ear chronic condition that screws up your balance sensors, confusing your brain, causing dizziness without movement)

believe me, i would have loved to upgrade to DDR5 and basically skip DDR4, but it wasn't in the cards, as Nevermore, i think, may be soon to give up the ghost.

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