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G.SKILL Releases New Extreme DDR4 Specifications

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PRESS RELEASE

Taipei, Taiwan (5 October 2017) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce new Trident Z and Trident Z RGB specifications for latest 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processors built on the Coffee Lake microarchitecture and Z370 chipset motherboards, manufactured with ultra-high performance Samsung B-die DDR4 ICs. 

Fastest 32GB (4x8GB) RGB Memory on the Market
With every new platform launch, G.SKILL aims to maximize performance with higher memory specifications. This time paired with the new 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and Z370 chipset, the Trident Z RGB memory is pushed to a blistering DDR4-4000MHz CL18-19-19-39 32GB (4x8GB) at 1.35V.

King of DDR4 Frequency

In addition to the new RGB memory specification, G.SKILL is also releasing an ultra-fast Trident Z memory kit for pure performance seekers. The new kit runs at DDR4-4600MHz CL19-25-25-45 16GB (2x8GB) at 1.5V.

Best of Both Worlds: DDR4-4200Mhz 32GB (4x8GB)

Perfect for users with light workstations and content creation PCs, without the need to sacrifice memory frequency or capacity, G.SKILL releases a new DDR4-4200MHz CL19-21-21-41 32GB (4x8GB) at 1.4V memory kit.

Availability

These high end Trident Z and Trident Z RGB memory kits will be available via G.SKILL authorized distribution partners in November 2017.

About G.SKILL

Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.