G.Skill updates its Trident Z Neo DDR4 lineup for Zen 3 – Faster speeds and lower latencies

GSkill updates its Trident Z Neo DDR4 lineup for Zen 3 - Faster speeds and lower latencies

G.Skill updates its Trident Z Neo DDR4 lineup for Zen 3 – Faster speeds and lower latencies

AMD has just launched their Ryzen 5000 series of Zen 3 processors (see our review here), and G.Skill are ready to push these new processors to their limits with lightning-fast DDR4 memory modules that are optimised for AMD’s latest architecture. 

With Zen 3, AMD can support faster DDR4 memory modules with a 1:1 infinity cache to DRAM ratio, with 3800MHz and 4000MHz memory speeds acting as Zen 3’s new “sweet spot” and “peak performance” memory speeds. 

To cater to these new requirements, G.Skill has launched new low latency 16GB DDR4 modules at 3600MHz, 3800MHz and 4000MHz speeds. At their best, G.Skill is offering Ryzen users CL14 3600MHz, CL16 3800MHz and CL16 4000MHz modules, with capacities of up to 16GB per module (32GB in dual channel). These kits will be ideal for gamers and other workloads which benefit from lower memory latencies. 

G.Skill has tested these new kits using ASUS’ ROG Crosshair VIII Dark hero and MSI’s MEG X570 Godlike with AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 5 5600X processors. Higher capacity 32GB module kits (32GB in total) are available, but these kits ship with slacker CL18 timings. 

GSkill updates its Trident Z Neo DDR4 lineup for Zen 3 - Faster speeds and lower latencies  
G.Skill’s new low latency Zen 3 optimised memory kits will be available this month from G.Skill’s partnered retailers, offering users high speeds, tight timings and high capacities. 

Those who are interested in AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series should read our Ryzen 9 5900X and 5950X reviews here. 

You can join the discussion on G.Skill’s new Ryzen-optimised DDR4 memory kits on the OC3D Forums. 

GSkill updates its Trident Z Neo DDR4 lineup for Zen 3 - Faster speeds and lower latencies