Friday, May 6th 2016

G.Skill Introduces 5 New Color Schemes to Trident Z Series DDR4 Memory

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is introducing 5 new color schemes to the highly popular extreme performance Trident Z series to select specifications. Aside from the classic Trident Z design of silver and black brushed aluminum heatspreader with a red top-bar highlight, the new color schemes include a black brushed aluminum body paired with orange, yellow, or white top-bar or a silver brushed aluminum body with white or black top-bar.

With a rise in popularity of modding and cases with window designs, these 5 new Trident Z color schemes are developed for enthusiasts, gamers, and modders who not only wish to include high performance memory in their systems, but also to add attractive visual appeal and show off their unique selection of hardware. Available in yellow, orange, white, and black highlights, these new color schemes pair exceedingly well with modern motherboard designs based on the X99 and Z170 chipsets.
These new colors are expected to be available at the end of May 2016. At launch, the new color schemes will be available in select specifications only. Please see the chart below for details.
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22 Comments on G.Skill Introduces 5 New Color Schemes to Trident Z Series DDR4 Memory

#1
Prima.Vera
those c14 timings sure look rare! Wonder how much for a kit....
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#2
R-T-B
Prima.Vera said:
those c14 timings sure look rare! Wonder how much for a kit....
I'm running it now. Let me see, I spent:



Your regional pricing/sales mileage may vary, as always.
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#4
Nihilus
So I guess this RAM gets a 10 out of 10 score instead of your dismal 9.9 you gave for being available only in red. Well a played G. Skill
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#5
RazrLeaf
Now, all they need to do is sell the different color bars as standalone accessories, and they'd be perfect.
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#6
Grings
I would buy a pair of centre plastic strips in black if they sold them separate (and weren't taking the piss with pricing)

I have a maximus viii ranger and the red strip on the original design really stands out (partly because its horrible shiny plastic)
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#7
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Grings said:
I have a maximus viii ranger and the red strip on the original design really stands out (partly because its horrible shiny plastic)
why not mod it?

Regards,
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#8
Prima.Vera
R-T-B said:
I'm running it now. Let me see, I spent:



Your regional pricing/sales mileage may vary, as always.
That's beautiful. Cannot find here any C14 modules, only C16 and much more expensive...
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#9
bogami
Finally they remembered how can good design more adapted to customers . I was already thinking about 3D engraving on my own.
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#10
Grings
peche said:
why not mod it?

Regards,
That G Skill logo in the centre is tiny, i dont have the resources to stamp a new one on that wouldnt look ropey
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#11
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Grings said:
That G Skill logo in the centre is tiny, i dont have the resources to stamp a new one on that wouldnt look ropey
could be also plain no logo ...
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#12
TheLostSwede
And this years motherboard colour scheme will be... well, something entirely different most likely so they have to come out with a new set of colours as soon as the new motherboards are out...
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#13
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
TheLostSwede said:
And this years motherboard colour scheme will be... well, something entirely different most likely so they have to come out with a new set of colours as soon as the new motherboards are out...
Aye ... pink light green .. fucsia... reflective orange... and sh*t.....

Regards,
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#14
R-T-B
peche said:
and sh*t.....
Doesn't Noctua already have that territory marked? Don't want to get sued or something, hehe...
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#15
erixx
i want these babies for X99 platform!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#16
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
R-T-B said:
Doesn't Noctua already have that territory marked? Don't want to get sued or something, hehe...
its amazing... i was happy thinking that fluorescent color schemes havent arrived to PC yet... and now you destroyed my last hope :(

Regards,
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#17
xvi
Love me some G.Skill, but wasn't too much of a fan of the designs (looking at you, Ripjaws 4). This design is choice though.
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#18
Furunomoe
peche said:
its amazing... i was happy thinking that fluorescent color schemes havent arrived to PC yet... and now you destroyed my last hope :(

Regards,
Fluorescent colored motherboard is so 2000s :p

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#19
Prima.Vera
Seriously, I love the above mobo if is real. Fluorescent is actually so '80-'90, but love those.
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#20
Caring1
Prima.Vera said:
Seriously, I love the above mobo if is real. Fluorescent is actually so '80-'90, but love those.
DFI made quite a few fluoro boards, I had one too.
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#21
xvi
Furunomoe said:
Fluorescent colored motherboard is so 2000s :p


DFI LanParty! I still have the box my LanParty UT nForce3 250GB came in. Glowy stuff all over that board!

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#22
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Furunomoe said:
Fluorescent colored motherboard is so 2000s :p


Lan party motherboards are another thing in discussion, they were a complete epic Win!
Regards
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