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G.SKILL's new 8GB Trident Z DDR4 RAM modules hit a blazing 4133MHz

G.SKILL has just announced its new ultrafast 8GB DDR4 modules that can hit up to 4133MHz in 16GB configurations
By: Derek Strickland | RAM News | Posted: Nov 20, 2015 5:30 pm

Back in July we reported that G.SKILL had just broken the 4000MHz barrier with its Trident Z DDR4 RAM. Today the company has one-upped itself with its new line of Trident Z extreme RAM modules that can hit a blistering 4133MHz when overclocked--just 222MHz shy of G.SKILL's world record RAM speed.




G.SKILL's new Trident Z extreme performance kits come in 8GB modules, with speeds ranging from 3600MHz to the whopping 4133MHz. The ultra-fast 4GHz+ speeds are only available in 16GB DDR4 (8x2) configurations, whereas the 32GB DDR4 configurations max out at 3733MHz.


G.SKILL notes that the latest Trident Z line is specifically optimized to run alongside Intel's 6-generation Core i-7 processors with the latest XMP 2.0 profiles. The overclocked 4133MHz speeds were achieved on a system equipped with an Intel Core i7-6700K CPU with 16GB (2x8) of Trident Z DDR4 RAM fastened to an ASRock Z170 OC Formula motherboard.


The new 8GB Trident Z kits will be available starting in December, but G.SKILL has yet to reveal pricing. We'll be sure to update you should we receive any more information.



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