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.
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.
Intel’s newly released Z590 chipset offers a few advancements over previous platforms, but perhaps the most influential is its memory overclocking capabilities. The changes Intel made to the memory controller frequency, have enabled companies like G.Skill to offer XMP ratings of 4800 MHz and above for mainstream motherboards. Today we’re testing and overclocking one such newly released product. The Trident Z Royal Elite comes with a whopping 5066 MHz XMP rating. We’re pretty excited to show you G.Skill’s latest release, so follow along as we break down what we liked and didn’t like.
G.Skill just announced the Z5i Mini-ITX pentagonal-shaped chassis. This uniquely styled small form factor case features a pair of contoured tempered glass panels enclose the left, front, and right sides, and a dual-chamber design that allows for up to 280 mm of radiator space. Pricing and availability are not yet available. Below is G.Skill’s official press release.
Today, G.Skill announced the addition of DDR4-4000 CL14 and DDR4-3600 CL14 kits to its highly popular Trident Z Royal Elite Series. These new kits feature capacities of 2x 8 GB and 2x16GB for the 4000 MHz set and will range all the way up to 8×16 GB 3600 MHz kits. While pricing has not been disclosed at this time, availability is slated for later this month. Below is G.Skill’s press release.
G.Skill announced the all-new Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 ram. Continuing the legacy of the Trident Z Royal family, the Royal Elite Series will feature the same crystalline light bar with 8 RGB zones, but will now sport a matching crystalline-shaped gold or silver heat spreader. The Royal Elite isn’t just a cosmetic upgrade. As the new premium DDR4 memory, the Royal Elite Series boasts speeds from 3600 MHz all the way up to 5333 Mhz. Availability is slated for May of 2021 but pricing is not listed at this time. Here is the official press release from G.Skill.
G.Skill enters the CPU AIO cooler market with its announcement of the new ENKI series liquid coolers. Custom designed with a convex copper cold plate and high-density radiator, the ENKI coolers are engineered for extreme performance. The new ENKI will be available in 240 mm, 280 mm, and 360 mm sizes. Pricing has not been announced yet so be sure to watch for future articles about this development. Continue reading for G.Skill’s press release.
G.Skill recently released a few new special kits of DDR4 that feature super-fast XMP profiles and including one that is dual rank. Within the enthusiast PC community, there’s been a whole lot of buzz about dual-rank memory modules and how they offer superior performance for some benchmarks and games. Simply put, this means there are ICs on both sides of the memory PCB for better interleaving and thus better performance. We reached out to G.Skill and they sent us their new dual-rank flagship product, the unbelievably fast 2 x 16 GB 4000 CL16-19-19 Trident Z Royal.
Today, G.Skill proudly announced that a whopping 51 AMD Vermeer overclocking records were accomplished (in part) by its TridentZ and Ripjaws DDR4 memory. A few notable records include Lucky_n00b’s 6.123Ghz with a Ryzen 7 5600x, Shar0750’s sub-2sec WPrime32 run with a Ryzen 7 5800X, and Splave’s 118873 score on Geekbench 3 Multi-core with a Ryzen 9 5950X. Below is the official press release from G.Skill along with all 51 records held at Hwbot.
If you are one of the millions who can’t seem to get enough RGB, G.Skill has another solution for you. Released today is the Crystal Crown keycap upgrade set for mechanical keyboards. This dual-layered keycap design features a clear lower half with either a white or black painted upper half. The clear lower allows more illumination than standard RGB keycaps. G.Skill claims the Crystal Crown keycaps are compatible with all cross-shaped MX style stems.