Computex 2015: G.Skill Teases New Trident Z DDR4 Memory

Subject: Memory | June 2, 2015 - 11:33 PM |
Tagged: trident z, G.Skill, ddr4, computex 2015, computex

G.Skill is teasing a new series of DDR4 memory modules at Computex. Dubbed Trident Z, the new modules will come in both dual and quad channel packs aimed at high performance gaming PCs and are overclocking friendly. 

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The Trident Z series feature large stylized aluminum heatspreaders paired with a colored accent bar that users can swap out to the color of their choice to match the other PC components. G.Skill is holding off on revealing the nitty-gritty details on these modules leaving us to guess at the clockspeeds and CAS latencies. They sure look fast though!

If the existing Trident X series and the company's extreme overclocking prowess is anything to go by, however, the new Trident Z series will likely push past 3,400 MHz supported clockspeeds at the high end. That's only speculation though.

Luckily, we will not have to wait long to find out the speeds and feeds of this new memory series. Trident Z modules will be avilable next month for to-be-announced prices.

Source: G.Skill

June 3, 2015 | 10:30 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

C'mon all you suckers, er... early adopters, open your wallets! Drive down prices for the rest of us!

June 3, 2015 | 12:35 PM - Posted by BBMan (not verified)

Looks like something from my mother's rollodex

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