Tuesday, November 20th 2018

G.SKILL Launches Trident Z Royal Series DDR4 RGB Memory Kits

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is launching Trident Z Royal series DDR4 RGB memory kits, featuring a patent-pending full-length crystalline light bar upon a polished heatspreader in gold or silver with stunning 8-zone RGB lighting. The patent of the crystalline design on PC components has been applied for across major countries. Available in high-speed specifications, the Trident Z Royal is first available from DDR4-3000MHz to DDR4-4600MHz at launch. With the perfect marriage of RGB lighting and speed, the Trident Z Royal is the ideal memory kit for any high-class system build.

Trident Z Royal is the latest addition to the Trident Z flagship family, featuring a crown jewel design. Meticulously crafted to display just the right amount of light refraction, the crystalline light bar scatters the RGB colors in a magnificent display of LED lighting. Complementing the patented high-class light bar design, polished aluminum heatspreaders of gold or silver colors cools the memory modules in the award-winning classic Trident Z tri-fin design. And to help maintain the pristine shine of the heatspreaders, each Trident Z Royal memory kit comes with a piece of microfiber cloth to let you wipe away fingerprints and dust.
Upgraded RGB Lighting
Inside the Trident Z Royal is the next generation RGB module designed with 8 individually controllable lighting zones, which allows for smoother color transitions and provides an even more stunning lighting experience for your build. To control this next generation RGB memory, a new set of lighting control software will be available for download from the official G.SKILL website.

Extreme High-Speed Specifications
Engineered on a newly designed custom PCB to accommodate the increased lighting zones, the Trident Z Royal is also built for high speed overclocking specifications, ranging from 16GB to 128GB kit capacities and up to DDR4-4600MHz memory speeds. For a list of specifications available at launch, please refer to the chart below:
XMP 2.0 Support & Availability
The new Trident Z Royal series memory kits are equipped with the latest Intel XMP 2.0 profiles for easy one-click memory overclocking, and will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in December 2018.
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20 Comments on G.SKILL Launches Trident Z Royal Series DDR4 RGB Memory Kits

#1
adulaamin
bling bling! :p

I don't like the looks. I prefer the older Trident Z without the RGB, but that's just me. :D
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#2
Chloe Price
I have to admit that these look pretty damn fine.
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#3
bonehead123
And now for the real kicker......

they're ONLY $500.00/16GB set, but that includes your choice of personalized engraving on each stick, like your name, a star or whateva.....similar to how the hipster hopsters do it on their gold-plated tooth caps :roll: :laugh: :eek:
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#4
randomUser
As if Trident Z wasn't expensive enough already.
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#5
MAXLD
Real "gangstas" only play Xbox, so who's going to buy this?... Well, I guess they can try convert that audience, but if so, then maybe add some spinners and motion ramsinks with hydraulics?
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#6
noname00
I like the crystalline light bar but I don't like the gold finish on them. They look acceptable on silver. I would prefer black or grey brushed aluminium.
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#7
Rahnak
That crystal bar actually looks pretty dope, but that tacky font ruins the overall look for me.
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#8
BakerMan1971
It is quite beautiful, could bling come back and replace RGB? :D
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#9
phill
I love the heat spreader but not the bit in the middle... Bit too bling bling for me lol :)
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#10
E-curbi
MAXLD, post: 3945643, member: 41348"
Real "gangstas" only play Xbox, so who's going to buy this?... Well, I guess they can try convert that audience, but if so, then maybe add some spinners and motion ramsinks with hydraulics?
Hmm does this Trident Z pass the Batman litmus test? Umm NOPE, too damn shiny and sparkly for the Batman. :roll:

...and don't get me started on the fancy-boy fonts, the Dark Knight would never have anything to do with that lol. :D


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#12
BadFrog
Wonder if heat spreader is paintable?
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#13
bonehead123
BadFrog, post: 3945858, member: 172302"
Wonder if heat spreader is paintable?
not with that shiny, smooth surface. You could always rough it up a bit with fine sandpaper, or use a de-glosser, and then prime & paint it, but that seems like a lot of work for a minor asthetic detail.......

Plus you would have to be EXTREMELY careful not to get any dust/debris/paint on any of the pcb's anywhere were power flows over, thru or along whatever path(s)...

good luck with that :D
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#14
DR4G00N
Those dimm's make me sick just looking at them. :p
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#15
Redkaliber
This would have been great for Post Malone's computer that Jay built.
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#17
xorbe
Wow that's a new level of tacky and gaudy ...
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#18
Blueberries
A little "ghetto" for my tastes but certainly different.

BadFrog, post: 3945858, member: 172302"
Wonder if heat spreader is paintable?
There is electronic paint that's safe to use, a lot of people in the "custom" market paint PCBs.
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#20
PopcornMachine
You gotta be kidding me.

These are objects of bad taste and bad priorities.

Makes me lose a lot of respect for G.Skill.
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