Monday, February 5th 2018

G.SKILL Releases World's Fastest DDR4-4700MHz Trident Z RGB Memory Kit

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the world's fastest Trident Z RGB memory kit at an extreme speed of DDR4-4700MHz CL19-19-19-39 1.45V 16GB (2x8GB). Not only is this kit the first retail DDR4 memory kit to reach DDR4-4700MHz, it's also the first RGB-enabled kit to reach this extremely high level of frequency speed. This ultimate memory kit is achieved with highly-screened, high-performance Samsung DDR4 B-die ICs and validated on the MSI Z370I GAMING PRO CARBON AC motherboard and Intel Core i7-8700K processor.

Ever since the first release announcement of the G.SKILL Trident Z RGB series at the end of 2016, DDR4-4266MHz had reigned as the highest frequency speed for an RGB memory kit. Over the past year, the G.SKILL R&D team has been dedicated to break through this technology bottleneck and aimed to provide an even higher speed RGB memory to PC enthusiasts. Today, all the hard work is finally paying off. G.SKILL successfully developed the world's fastest RGB memory kit at a blistering DDR4-4700MHz, while maintaining ultra-low timings at CL19-19-19-39.
Engineered for Reliability
Designed for high-stability, this Trident Z RGB DDR4-4700MHz memory kit has proven itself through stress-testing on the MSI Z370I GAMING PRO CARBON AC motherboard and Intel Core i7-8700K processor. Please see the testing screenshot above.

XMP 2.0 Support & Availability
This ultra-fast G.SKILL Trident Z RGB memory kit is equipped with the latest Intel XMP 2.0 profile for easy one-click memory overclocking, and will be available from authorized G.SKILL distribution partners in 2018 Q2.
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11 Comments on G.SKILL Releases World's Fastest DDR4-4700MHz Trident Z RGB Memory Kit

#1
pky
With current DRAM prices, I'd assume these would cost about a million dollars a piece.
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#2
Enterprise24
So MSI win this time ? 4700 with HCI is extremely crazy. Apex fail to validated ? Many friends of mine reaching 4600 but not completely stable on Apex.
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#3
RejZoR
How many chipsets/memory controllers can even run these things reliably? Ryzen is out of the question the way how it's linked to IMC, Intel then?
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#4
AnarchoPrimitiv
Those are really tight timings for such a high frequency, but then again, I've always noticed G.Skill to have the better ones than other brands.
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#5
Cybrnook2002
"Enterprise24 said:
So MSI win this time ? 4700 with HCI is extremely crazy. Apex fail to validated ? Many friends of mine reaching 4600 but not completely stable on Apex.
Noticing the same, also running 2 x Apex.
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Manu_PT
"AnarchoPrimitiv said:
Those are really tight timings for such a high frequency, but then again, I've always noticed G.Skill to have the better ones than other brands.
Team Group has the better performance kits by far. Not cheap tho. And not available on every retailer.
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#8
Prima.Vera
If I buy 2 sets of those, can I run those full speed as 32GB@4700Mhz ??
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#9
Upgrayedd
"Manu_PT said:
Team Group has the better performance kits by far. Not cheap tho. And not available on every retailer.
By far? How so?
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#10
diatribe
"Manu_PT said:
Team Group has the better performance kits by far. Not cheap tho. And not available on every retailer.
I don't see anything close to those speeds on their website.

Nothing above 3,333MHz.

EDIT:
I found some very quick RAM in their XTREEM limited edition pages. Not very obvious to the casual browser.

Although I didn't see anything over 4,500MHz
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dicktracy
"diatribe said:
I don't see anything close to those speeds on their website.

Nothing above 3,333MHz.

EDIT:
I found some very quick RAM in their XTREEM limited edition pages. Not very obvious to the casual browser.

Although I didn't see anything over 4,500MHz
Those come with awful primary timings. The G.Skill mentioned on this article is superior.
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