G.Skill DDR4-4800MHz RAM Modules Built for Extreme-Performance Using Samsung DDR4 B-die

Fastest XMP of each capacity configuration

G.Skill is known for its extreme performance gaming peripherals and memory. Today, the company announced a new set of memory modules for high-performance PC builds using Z390 motherboards.

The company has demonstrated two high-performance DDR4 RGB RAM sets on the latest Intel Z390 motherboards. We have DDR4-4800MHz CL19 16GB (2x8GB) and DDR4-4500MHz CL19 32GB (4x8GB).

Both modules are developed using the Samsung DDR4 B-die ICs. They provide the fastest XMP of each capacity configuration.

“In addition to the dual capacity modules, G.Skill is also launching faster Trident Z RGB memory kits in 16 GB DDR4-4800 and DDR4-4500 MHz flavors. Both kits will be available in CL19 timings and just like the other memory kits, feature the Samsung B-dies but allowing for faster memory speeds inside your PC.”

The DDR4-4800MHz CL19-22-22-42 16GB(2x8GB) is designed for maximum overclocking to a better gaming, streaming, and video editing experience. It supports the fastest XMP speed the money can buy, for now.

DDR4-4500MHz CL19-22-22-42 32GB(4x8GB) is the ultimate combination of Speed and high-capacity. G.Skill has raised the bar by offering 4500MHz on the 32GB RAM capacity.

DDR4-4500MHz CL19-22-22-42 32GB(4x8GB) tested on ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI Extreme motherboard. Source – IXBT

Motherboard support is limited for the time being but is expected to expand once manufacturers roll out new chipsets.  For now, you can grab ASUS ROG Maximus XI, APEX
ASUS ROG Maximus XI Gene, and ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-I Gaming. Both modules are good with motherboards that support two DIMM slots. Also, this was released in tandem with the new Intel chipsets, but these RAM modules can be greatly beneficial for Ryzen processors. The higher end Ryzen CPUs actually benefit from extremely fast memory, which reduces the communication time, between its cores.

High-end PC builders would be eager to get these modules but unfortunately, price and availability information isn’t shared for the time being. We expect these to hit the market by the end of the year, possibly near the holiday season to capitalize on sales boom.

Sikandar Mahmood
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