Friday, November 17th 2017

G.Skill Announces Trident Z DDR4-4400 32GB CL19 Kit

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the never-seen-before 32GB (4x8GB) Trident Z memory kit at an extremely blistering DDR4-4400MHz CL19-19-19-39. This new DDR4 Trident Z dual-channel memory kit upgrades the four-DIMM configuration to the next level as the world's fastest 32GB (4x8GB) memory kit in the world. These extremely high-speed desktop modules are manufactured with rigorously tested and binned ultra-performance Samsung B-die DDR4 ICs.

After the launch of the 8th Gen Intel Core processors and Z370 chipset motherboards, G.SKILL has been constantly pushing DDR4 speeds faster than ever before to higher levels with various capacity configurations. With the availability of the ASUS OptiMem technology, which complements the T-Toplogy layout that uses equalized trace lengths, four-DIMM memory configuration has improved stability and memory overclocking performance. G.SKILL Trident Z memory once again achieves the world's fastest 32GB memory kit at the ultra-high DDR4-4400MHz speed, with an exceptionally aggressive timing of CL19-19-19-39 in 32GB (4x8GB) at 1.5V. Below is the screenshot of the memory kit being stress tested and demonstrating its stability on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X HERO (WI-FI AC) motherboard with the Intel Core i7-8700K processor.
Built For Extreme Overclockers
Whether it's for a seasoned overclocking veteran or an enthusiast who is on the path of hardware overclocking for benchmark world records, this new Trident Z series DDR4-4400MHz 32GB kit is programmed with the Intel XMP 2.0 profile to help easily enable the memory settings in BIOS. Of course, that wouldn't stop anyone from manually tweaking the settings further to eke out every last ounce of performance from a DDR4 system.
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22 Comments on G.Skill Announces Trident Z DDR4-4400 32GB CL19 Kit

#1
zlobby
I want to see this in a Ryzen setup!
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#2
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Cas is high, too bad cant get it down to 12 or 10...
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#3
Prima.Vera
eidairaman1 said:
Cas is high, too bad cant get it down to 12 or 10...
No is not, not for that frequency and voltage. Actually is amazing they managed to keep it under 20.
Those are the fastest RAM modules ever produced it seems. Maybe we can have a quality review of those? Thanks in advance.!
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#4
xkm1948
@Vego your ram is here! Ditch your slow DDR4-3000, that don't deserve to be in your system. :D
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#5
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Prima.Vera said:
No is not, not for that frequency and voltage. Actually is amazing they managed to keep it under 20.
Those are the fastest RAM modules ever produced it seems. Maybe we can have a quality review of those? Thanks in advance.!
I could ask G.Skill to loan me a kit, but you're gonna have to have the exact board, and a good CPU for these.
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#6
Tomorrow
cadaveca said:
I could ask G.Skill to loan me a kit, but you're gonna have to have the exact board, and a good CPU for these.
CPU not so much - all 8700K-s should be able to handle these speeds. Board yes. Best would be the Maximus X Apex but since it only has two memory slots any other Maximus should do fine. Have to ask ASUS to send you one

I doubt this speed will make much difference in games but it should make a nice difference in professional applications.
Besides 4400Mhz is only 200Mhz behind the fastest 2x8GB kit. 2x8GB losing it's speed advantage slowly?
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#7
xkm1948
zlobby said:
I want to see this in a Ryzen setup!
Hope Zen+ then
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#8
Sabishii Hito
Hynix and Micron need to step up and produce some ICs that can compete with Samsung B-die for extreme overclocked RAM, this is getting boring.
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#9
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Tomorrow said:
2x8GB losing it's speed advantage slowly?
When it comes to memory benchmarking, 2x 8 GB has been slower than 4x 8 GB at the same speed for a long time, so much so that you wouldn't bother with 2x 8 GB if you cared about getting the best results possible.
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#10
zlobby
xkm1948 said:
Hope Zen+ then
I thought it's a mobo limitation, not Ryzen's memory controller?
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#11
zlobby
cadaveca said:
When it comes to memory benchmarking, 2x 8 GB has been slower than 4x 8 GB at the same speed for a long time, so much so that you wouldn't bother with 2x 8 GB if you cared about getting the best results possible.
More mem channels (dual vs quad)? More banks for swapping and interleaving?
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#12
hkpolice2
What memtest program is that? I can't seem to find it online.
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#13
cadaveca
My name is Dave
zlobby said:
More mem channels (dual vs quad)? More banks for swapping and interleaving?
Well, I'm not talking about quad-channel so what do you think? :P With single-sided 1R DIMMs, it matters of course. Glad to see someone understands why, to be honest! ;)
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#14
metalfiber
I'll stick with my 3333 cas 16 G.SKILL Ripjaws V. If i need the extra 1 fps for 500 bucks then i'm s.o.l. anyhow.
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#15
Th3pwn3r
This memory and speed is the equivalent of using LN2 to OC a processor. It's not for everyday users to just pop into a rig and have a blazing fast machine. All in time we'll get there though. Unfortunately the faster our hardware gets the more demanding our needs become or are.
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#16
Prima.Vera
Th3pwn3r said:
It's not for everyday users to just pop into a rig and have a blazing fast machine
This is exactly how those sticks should be used, what are you talking about. No oc needed just a compatible mobo.
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#17
Th3pwn3r
Prima.Vera said:
This is exactly how those sticks should be used, what are you talking about. No oc needed just a compatible mobo.
Well maybe I'm confusing this memory with another but that's what I had read.
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#18
Th3pwn3r
"G.Skill built its kit from specially selected, ultra-binned Samsung B-die memory chips.

Both G.Skill’s and Corsair’s announcements are fun and exciting for hardware geeks, but of course, producing kits that can run at these speeds across a broad range of hardware isn’t viable, which is why both companies have mentioned a specific hardware combination in their respective press releases.

We don’t expect either of these kits to make it to the market or be sold in any real capacity. Rather, they’re just a way for their creators to show their commitment to professional overclocking while one-upping each other along the way. "- Tom's Hardware
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#21
Prima.Vera
cadaveca said:
They have even higher than that, but those are 16 GB kits made of 2 sticks and this news item is for a set of 4 sticks.

This is simply a counter to Corsair's 4333 MHz kit, which is slower, and has worse timings than the one in the OP.
Regarding that, I never understand what would happen if you take 2 of those kits and install them into a supported Z370 mobo, for example. Aren't you going to have 32GB of RAM on the same specs anyways?

Thanks is advance.
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#22
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Prima.Vera said:
Regarding that, I never understand what would happen if you take 2 of those kits and install them into a supported Z370 mobo, for example. Aren't you going to have 32GB of RAM on the same specs anyways?

Thanks is advance.
You are far more likely to have issues at the top-end of speeds in matching kits. You need to remember that memory is a capacitor, and you are creating what is really as basic electrical circuit. Capacitance too high, and it takes too long to charge (refresh) and won't be stable.

That's what kits like this offer... they are guaranteed to not be too much of a load on the memory circuit, but kits with less sticks... they have more lee-way on how much load they put.

If that makes sense, you're golden. If not, please excuse my horribly made-up terminology. :P
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