Tuesday, December 20th 2016

G.SKILL Announces Revolutionary RGB Lighting DDR4 with Trident Z RGB Series

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the Trident Z RGB Series - the world's most revolutionary RGB lighting DDR4 memory kit. Requiring no additional power connections, this incredible feat of engineering bares pure RGB lighting across an uncovered full-length light bar on the award-winning Trident Z series heatspreader design.

By default, the Trident Z RGB will display a rainbow of colors in a wave-style lighting effect, illuminating any system with a myriad of hues. Further lighting effects and color customizations can be controlled and chosen through software, scheduled for a February 2017 release.
Uncompromised Performance
A culmination of over 25 years of experience in DRAM manufacturing, G.SKILL sought to combine full-range RGB lighting with minimal impact on DDR4 performance. Designed with a custom 10-layer PCB and hand-picked IC chips to enhance overclocking performance, the Trident Z RGB series is capable of reaching speeds of DDR4-4266MHz.

Trident Z RGB series memory kits are rigorously tested under proprietary G.SKILL test methods for reliability and compatibility to ensure the highest possible quality. And like all other G.SKILL memory, the Trident Z RGB is covered under a limited lifetime warranty, as well as full support for XMP 2.0 for easy overclocking and simple BIOS setup.


Availability
Trident Z RGB series DDR4 memory kits are scheduled for a worldwide release via G.SKILL authorized distribution partners in mid-January 2017, with software to be available for download the following month.
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18 Comments on G.SKILL Announces Revolutionary RGB Lighting DDR4 with Trident Z RGB Series

#1
IceScreamer
As someone who loathes RGB lightning, this is actually very nicely done.
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#2
ShurikN
IceScreamer said:
As someone who loathes RGB lightning, this is actually very nicely done.
Thats because they went with the prismatic bar solution rather than standard bare LEDs. Its also very nicely positioned.

This is probably the first RGB product that I really like.
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#3
Chaitanya
IceScreamer said:
As someone who loathes RGB lightning, this is actually very nicely done.
Same here, the lighting on this ram has been quite nicely.
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#5
mouacyk
There's a rainbow in my computer!
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#6
atomicus
Nicely done GSkill, great job. No cables either. Definitely one of the best RGB implementations I've seen.
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#7
Atnevon
Hopefully the availability ties with the Kaby Lake and Zen launches. January is going to be a GREAT buy month if so.
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#8
bonehead123
oh yea, gimmee....

generally not a big fan of RGB stuff, but this looks really well implemented. Hopefully the retail units will be the same as the pics posted above :)
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#10
swirl09
Wow, first RGB product I actually like the look of. I have Trident Z Ram in my main atm and it is very nice looking without the rainbow too :)
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#11
bonehead123
Same here, but will probably replace it with these if the price isn't too steep, and the reviews are favorable....
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#12
Hood
mouacyk said:
There's a rainbow in my computer!
I'm not big on the "rainbow" look, but this has custom colors (when software is released), allowing a perfect match with other lighting or color schemes.
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#13
thesmokingman
This has got to be one of the best implementations I've seen yet.
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#14
Delta6326
Time to throw my aging Trident Z in the garbage and grab some of these... ;)
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#15
thesmokingman
Delta6326 said:
Time to throw my aging Trident Z in the garbage and grab some of these... ;)
I know right? My tridents now have rgb envy!
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#16
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Those are actually quite nice lol
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#17
hapkiman
Kind of cool? Ok, I'll give you that. "Revolutionary?" No, not so much.
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#18
R-T-B
hapkiman said:
Kind of cool? Ok, I'll give you that. "Revolutionary?" No, not so much.
Pretty much my thoughts.
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