Monday, December 21st 2015

G.Skill Announces TridentZ and RipJaws4 DDR4-3200 MHz Memory Kits

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce new DDR4 specifications based on 16GB and 8GB modules, upgrading the speed from DDR4 3000MHz CL14 16GB (2x8GB) up to a blazing DDR4 3200MHz CL14 64GB (4x16GB) extreme speed memory kit, assembled with ultra-high performance Samsung ICs.

Seeing the future trend of DDR4 16GB module-based kits becoming the mainstream in the hardcore PC enthusiast communities, G.SKILL is now providing higher speed in ultra-high density memory solutions. The flagship DDR4 3200MHz CL14 64GB (4x16GB) memory kit provides enthusiasts with the perfect combination of higher capacity and faster frequency, with an incredible CL14-14-14-35 low CAS Latency. This memory kit represents the fastest DDR4 64GB memory kit by far.
XMP Support for 6th Gen Intel Core Processors & Z170 Platforms
All of these new DDR4 kits come with the latest Intel XMP2.0 standard designed for the latest 6th Gen Intel Core processors and Z170 chipset platforms. The following screen shows the stress-test of the DDR4 3200MHz CL14 16GB (2x8GB) 1.35V kit validated on the Intel Core i7-6700K CPU and ASUS Z170 Deluxe motherboard.

Availability and Specifications
These new high performance DDR4 kits will join G.SKILL's latest Trident Z and Ripjaws V family and will be available via G.SKILL's worldwide authorized distribution partners before Christmas.
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12 Comments on G.Skill Announces TridentZ and RipJaws4 DDR4-3200 MHz Memory Kits

#1
MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
That Trident Z memory is beautiful
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#3
deemon
Reeves81x
Ripjaws 5* ;)
Ripjaws V * ;)
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#4
RejZoR
Good timings for this fast RAM.
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#6
Prima.Vera
I still don't understand why the RAM modules are so damn expensive. Now we can buy 256GB of Flash memory for cheap, SSDs are also going cheaper by year, but the RAM modules are staying the same or getting even more and more expensive. Seriously!
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GreiverBlade
Prima.Vera
I still don't understand why the RAM modules are so damn expensive. Now we can buy 256GB of Flash memory for cheap, SSDs are also going cheaper by year, but the RAM modules are staying the same or getting even more and more expensive. Seriously!
oh the price is mentioned? i didn't see it O.o or i am blind? (serious question since i can't see it)

DDR4 is not so expensive, it's just there is not many other options just like a SSD is optional you can still use a 7.2 HDD if budget tight.
well another explanation would be the chips: not the same as in a SSD or a flashdrive (i paid less than 64$ for a 128gb stick and 190$~ for a 850 Evo 500gb yet my 16gb of HyperX Predator 2800 C14 were 126chf (~127.72$) not really what i call expensive for a 4x4, the Ripjaw should be in that area and the Trident Z are meant to be top class henceforth expensive, if you don't need the bonus they have, well if they have some beside looking good, you can still take some cheaper C15 from other brands (i got some Trident X previously, but 2nd hand :roll: )
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Liquid Cool
MxPhenom 216
That Trident Z memory is beautiful
+1

I haven't kept up with what's going on with ram these days because I don't have any systems that will run the latest stuff...but I have to agree that the TridentZ memory stands out among the pack. Good looking sticks.

Best Regards,

Liquid Cool
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#10
GreiverBlade
Prima.Vera
Pretty much like this one:

www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231808

Still damn expensive for only 16GB....
seriously ... 134$ with 2 fan module is expensive? if it was a single 4x4 Ripjaw 4 i would understand ... (that would make it 7-8$ more than my actual set without fan module)

the price of my set if i count 1 Corsair Vengeance Airflow include would be 156$ putting 2 of them to reach that set would make 186$ ... tho i have a 2800 CL14 (which should be better than a 3200 CL16 )
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#11
scorpionxx
Love how the trident memory looks :) I am still on DD3 though , hope to upgrade soon in the future .
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#12
DarthBaggins
I'm thinking I might have to sell of my kit of RipJaw 4's to up to that set of Trident Z's (Also would look alot better compared to the blue spreaders on my current set)
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