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G.Skill launches Extreme memory modules for Intel's Z590 platform with up to 5333MHz speeds

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G.Skill launches Extreme memory modules for Intel's Z590 platform with up to 5333MHz speeds

G.Skill launches Extreme memory modules for Intel's Z590 platform with up to 5333MHz speeds

Coinciding with the launch of Intel's Z590 motherboard platform and 11th Generation Rocket Lake processors, G.Skill has revealed a new range of DDR4 memory kits designed to get the best performance out of Intel's latest processors.  

With speeds that range from 4266MHz to 5333MHz, G.Skill's latest Intel-optimised DDR4 modules are designed to deliver industry-leading speeds while maintaining low latencies. To ensure widespread compatibility, these modules have been validated using a large range of Z590 motherboards.

These new DRAM kits include DDR4-5333 CL22 16 GB (8GBx2), DDR4-4800 CL17 16 GB (8GBx2), DDR4-4800 CL20 32 GB (16GBx2), and DDR4-4600 CL20 64 GB (32GBx2) kits under the Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB, and Ripjaws V series branding. These modules are due to launch worldwide in Q2 2021 via G.Skill's worldwide distribution partners. 

One of G.Skill's premiere memory kits is their CL17-19-19-39 DDR4-4800MHz memory kit, which ships with two 8GB modules and offers users the "tightest CL timing available at high memory frequencies". This gives users of these modules an excellent blend between memory speed and memory latency, making it an ideal kit for high-end gaming PCs. These kits are designed using Samsung B-die memory ICs. A system using these modules have been screen-shooted below, running on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX motherboard with the latest Intel Core i7-11700KF processor.

G.Skill launches Extreme memory modules for Intel's Z590 platform with up to 5333MHz speeds 

For Intel's Z590 motherboard platform, G.Skill has launched the following DDR4 memory kits, offering PC builders a wide range of memory frequency, capacity and CL timing (latency) options. This gives Intel-buying ultra-enthusiasts plenty of memory options that can cater to their exact performance needs. 

 
G.Skill launches Extreme memory modules for Intel's Z590 platform with up to 5333MHz speeds  
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31-03-2021, 05:29:27

looz
Woah, also DDR4-4800 CL17. Wouldn't mind some of that.Quote

31-03-2021, 06:47:20

NeverBackDown
It's impressive but you mine as well wait for a ddr5 platform as the prices you'll pay for these fast sticks won't be far off from similar ddr5 ones, since they don't need to be as fast in pure clock speed.Quote

31-03-2021, 07:03:52

looz
If history is going to repeat itself, it's going to take a while for DDR5 to catch up in de facto latency, despite higher clocks.
But yeah not planning to actually buy these since I got another disappointing memory controller with my 9900k... 8700k was garbage, this is only OK, my best yet is still stuck on a bloody pentium gold. Which managed this: https://valid.x86.fr/v786tsQuote

31-03-2021, 10:09:49

NeverBackDown
DDR5 offers quite a significant performance improvement clock for clock with higher IPC and overall bandwidth. That's not mentioning the architectural inherently lower latencies. I wouldn't be surprised to see some DDR3 level CAS latencies.


I do fully expect DDR5 to be super expensive just like high end memory is today.Quote

31-03-2021, 10:37:00

looz
I can't find anything supporting your claims with DDR5 - in fact, looks to be in line with DDR4 (and subsequently, DDR3) JEDEC:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/16143...-and-latencies

Would you mind linking a source? I also don't know what IPC means in relation to memory.Quote
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