G.Skill today announced a new Trident Z RAM kit with boosted frequency speed for AMD's performance-driven X399 platform.
G.Skill's new Trident Z memory clocks in at a speedy DDR4-3466MHz under quad-channel configuration, and sports tight CL18-22-22-42 timings. The 32GB kit comes with 4x8GB modules with 1.35V power consumption, and premium RGB flair adds a nice color splash to any build.
Specifically optimized for AMD's X399 platform, the kit has been validated on an ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha mobo outfitted with an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X CPU. Pricing wasn't revealed, but the Trident Z RGB kit is expected to ship in Q1 2019.
CES 2019 - Thermaltake debuts its first RAM modules with stylish flair and liquid-cooled performance.
Aimed at enthusiast gamers, Thermaltake's new WaterRam sports liquid-cooling to ensure longer memory life with lower operating temps, all with a splash of color. The memory comes in 8GB modules clocked in at DDR4-3200MHz with tight 16-18-18-38 timings and rated at 1.35V. The kits support Intel XMP 2.0 overclocking profiles and modules come in two 16GB (8GBx2) and 32GB (8GBx4) configurations. The WaterRam's RGB rocks 16.8 million colors with various profiles, and fits neatly into Thermaltake's fleet of radiant-lit hardware across its RGB Plus ecosystem.
The two-way liquid cooling array allows Thermaltake's WaterRam to maintain cool temps as low as 30C, and its higher-end copper water block and aluminum heat sink lets you choose between liquid cooling or conventional cooling.
G.SKILL has announced it is launching one of the most gloriously detailed kits of DDR4 memory ever with its new Trident Z Royal Series DDR4 RGB memory kit. The company teased it at Computex 2018, but now it's officially ready to go.
The company will be offering its new Trident Z Royal Series in capacities of up to 64GB and speeds of 4600MHz, the 64GB kits are available in only 3000/3200MHz kits while the 4600MHz version is only available in a 16GB kit. G.SKILL has said its using high-end Samsung B-die DDR4 ICs for the best in performance and overclocking headroom.
G.SKILL has promised a release of December 2018 for the new Trident Z Royal Series DDR4 memory kits, with pricing still a mystery for now.
Inno3D is better known for its custom GeForce graphics cards but now the company is stepping into a new market: gaming memory, in the form of their new iChill RAM.
The new high-end iChill RAM will be in capacities between 4-16GB and speeds of between 2400-4000MHz with an interesting heatspreader to keep it cool. A set of gaming RAM couldn't be complete without RGBs, with Inno3D giving its new iChill gaming RAM some RGBs to seal the deal.
Inno3D has explained its new iChill gaming memory: "The hatching product family will crawl out of its shell under the name i CHILL and will come in various capacities of 4GB up to 16GB at speeds of 2400MHz up to 4000MHz and with ultra-low latencies up to 15CL".
Computex 2018 - GIGABYTE is reportedly set to unveil AORUS RGB memory because, well, why the hell not, right?
The company will be unveiling new 16GB kits at 3200MHz (2 x 8GB) powered by their RGB Fusion technology, so when mixed with an AORUS motherboard you're going to get RGB perfection.
The only issue here is that you'll be locked into AORUS with both the motherboard and RAM, so if you shifted to another motherboard manufacturer, you're not going to have a good time with this RAM. Hmm.
G.SKILL has just unveiled the fastest DDR4 on the planet with their new Trident Z RGB kit coming at a blistering 4700MHz, one-upping the already record-fast 4600MHz kit, also made by G.SKILL.
The latest Trident Z RGB kit arrives in a 16GB (8GB x 2) kit packing Samsung's best DDR4 B-die ICs, and tighter timings of CL19-19-19-39 that require 1.45V. G.SKILL's previous Trident Z RGB 4600MHz kit would only work on Intel's latest X299 motherboards at the time, but the new 4700MHz kit will work on the new Z370 chipset from Intel.
G.SKILL hasn't said when their new 4700MHz DDR4 RAM will be available, but we should expect it sometime in Q2 2018.
G.SKILL today announced the world's fastest DDR4 SO-DIMM memory with 4000MHz speeds.
The new high-performance Ripjaws DDR4 memory kits run at 4000MHz frequencies with CL18-18-18-38 timings, offering speed and ultra-low latencies for powerful builds. The memory comes in 32GB (4x8GB) kits with voltages of 1.35V
"Featuring super high frequency and ultra-low CAS Latency, the Ripjaws DDR4-4000MHz CL18 32GB (4x8GB) kit is the fastest SO-DIMM memory solution for building an extreme performance mini-PC with the latest Intel Skylake-X CPU. The screen below shows an incredible 101106 MB/s bandwidth for read, using the AIDA64 benchmark," reads a press release sent out by G.SKILL.
G.SKILL has just announced the latest in its goal towards being the best RAM manufacturer on the planet, with the new Trident Z RGB series memory kit coming in at 32GB and a huge speed of up to 4266MHz.
G.SKILL is using hand-picked, high-performance Samsung B-die DDR4 IC components that allow their latest G.SKILL Z370 DDR4 Trident Z RGB memory to come in three different flavors. First, we have 16GB and 32GB kits of DDR4-4000 with 17-17-17-37 timings at 1.35V, while the DDR4-4133 kit comes with the same latencies and capacities, but sees the voltage bumped up to 1.4V.
The flagship DDR4-4266MHz kit comes with slightly higher latencies of 17-18-18-38 at 1.45V and only in 32GB (4 x 8GB sticks).
G.SKILL's latest RAM will be available starting in January 2018.
In somewhat of a welcomed change, Kingmax have released the Zeus Dragon DDR4 memory series that features absolutely no RGB illumination, and it looks great!
The aluminium alloy heat sink not only acts to dissipate heat efficiently, but the blend of both Eastern and Western style dragon symbols creates an appealing and elegant finish. Kingmax claim that "the luxurious etchings present the superiority of the dragon and display the assertiveness and dignity of royalty".
Who doesn't love fast memory? CORSAIR definitely do and have you just unveiled their fastest dual-channel 32GB DDR4 memory kit ever, running at a world-first 4,333MHz. The new CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX CMK32GX4M4K4333C19 kit is built with hand-sorted and extensively binned Samsung B-die ICs, runs CL19-26-26-46 timings at 1.5V and to put it simply, this kit is a BEAST.
As you can see above, the CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX CMK32GX4M4K4333C19 32GB kit is paired up with an ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X Hero motherboard and Intel Core i5-8600K processor and completed a MemTest stress test at 4,333MHz, a record for this configuration.