G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 Memory Series Pictured

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2024/05/23 04:38:06 (permalink)
G.Skill is giving finishing touches to its new line of flagship overclocking PC DDR5 memory series, the Trident Z5 Royal. The series first broke cover in Computex 2023, but the company never got around to launching actual products. It's last Royal-branded memory series that made it to mass-production was the Trident Z Royal Elite DDR4 series from 2021. The company was probably dragging its feet with the Trident Z5 Royal series because by mid-2023, memory speeds in excess of 8000 MT/s weren't as popular as they are today, among the enthusiast crowd. The G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal series memory module comes in two trims, gold and silver. Both have the same geometric design, and are crowned by an acrylic lighting diffuser that resembles a cluster of gemstones. The series will probably consist of memory kits that are both high-capacity (48 GB, 64 GB, 96 GB); and high speed (DDR5-8000 and upward). The company will probably launch these next month. We'll be sure to swing by the G.Skill booth to show you more.
Hopefully at Computex these will be shown off. 

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