G.Skill's Extreme DDR5-8000 Trident Z5 RGB memory modules are now available
Uber-fast DDR5 memory for extreme Raptor Lake systems
Published: 1st December 2022 | Source: G.Skill |
G.Skill's insane DDR5-8000 memory kits are now available to purchase
Want the fastest memory for your new Raptor Lake system? Starting today, G.Skill's new DDR5-8000 CL38 32GB (2x16GB) Trident Z5 RGB series memory kit is now available, delivering top-tier overclocked memory performance for high-end Z790 systems.
This memory kit is designed for Intel's 13th generation Raptor Lake processors and high-end Z790 motherboards, with G.Skill validating their newest memory kits with an i9-13900K processor on a ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 APEX motherboard. This kit offers 8,000 MT/s speeds with CL38-48-48-128 timings. G.Skill created these new memory kits to deliver the pinnacle of DDR5 memory performance on current generation CPU platforms.
G.Skill's new DDR5-8000 memory kits are available starting today at G.Skill's partnered retailers, and like all ultra-high-end DRAM kits, this kit will be incredibly expensive. Ultra-high-end memory performance demands ultra-high pricing, and in this instance, G.Skill's uber-tier speeds also demand a high-end motherboard a great processor to achieve its rated speeds.
Extreme Overclocked Memory Speed
On the forefront of fast DDR5 memory speeds, G.SKILL is announcing the retail availability of the ultra-high frequency DDR5-8000 CL38-48-48-128 32GB (2x16GB) memory kit. Designed as the pinnacle of DDR5 performance on current generation platforms, see the screenshot below for the validation of this overclocked DDR5-8000 memory specification on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z790 APEX motherboard with the Intel® Core™ i9-13900K processor:
In time, we expect DDR5 memory speeds to continue to get faster and faster. When the next-generation processors arrive from AMD and Intel, we expect both companies to have worked on their DDR5 memory controllers to enable the creation of faster memory kits and to normalise higher-speed DDR5 memory modules. As high-end DRAM speeds creep ever higher, mainstream kits will follow suit.
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