Wednesday, January 30th 2019

G.SKILL Announces New Hexa-Channel Massive Capacity DDR4 Memory Kits

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is exhilarated to announce new ultra-fast, ultra-high capacity Trident Z Royal DDR4 RGB memory specifications designed for use with the latest unlocked 28-core Intel Xeon W-3175X processor. Operating in hexa-channel with 6- or 12-module kit configurations, these new 6-channel Trident Z Royal memory kits can reach insane memory speeds of up to DDR4-4000 CL17-18-18-38 at 1.35V, which feature extreme performance Samsung B-die memory ICs. With fast memory speed and massive capacity, these hexa-channel memory kits are perfect for heavy-workload workstations when paired with the 28-core Xeon processor.

As computing technology improves, the amount of processed data also increases, leading to a demand for more memory channels and higher bandwidth. For the first time, this new platform introduces hexa-channel memory support to the larger consumer market, which was previously only found in server-class systems. While operating under 6-channels, the extreme performance DDR4-4000 CL17 96GB (8GBx12) memory kit reaches a blazing fast read bandwidth speed of 122GB/s - a substantial increase over currently available quad-channel platforms. See below for a screenshot of the bandwidth result from the AIDA64 memory benchmark:
192GB Super Massive Memory Kit Capacity
Using high-capacity 16GB modules, this platform allows a maximum of 192GB memory capacity with a kit of 16GBx12. Being the first of its kind, G.SKILL propelled the full 192GB to an extreme DDR4-4000 speed with CL17-18-18-38 timings. The screenshot below shows the 12-module Trident Z Royal 192GB memory kit being stress tested and validated on the Asus ROG Dominus Extreme with the Xeon W-3175X processor:

For a list of memory specifications, please refer to the chart below:
Availability & XMP 2.0 Support
These extreme performance Trident Z Royal DDR4 RGB memory kits will support the latest Intel XMP 2.0 for easy overclocking setup and will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners.
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10 Comments on G.SKILL Announces New Hexa-Channel Massive Capacity DDR4 Memory Kits

#1
bonehead123
DDR4000 not so insane, considering that some other kits are available at 44/4600, yes?

And most of the time, when any mfgr mentions the word "insane" as related to performance, it usually means an equally insane price too !

But kudos for the increased bandwidth, hopefully it will help push the envelope, so that other mfgr's will up their game too :D
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#3
phill
Just noticed on the last screen shot -

I know I'm a child but that made my day :laugh:

On a side note, I like the RAM kits :) Well sizes of ram anyways, the bling bling is a bit too much for me :(
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#4
bogami
I would expect a better result with 6 channels! 2660Hz should give ~25000Mb/s x 6 , at least 150 Gb / s would be expect . a lot of losses according to 4000Hz frequency in all , latencies should be 17-17-17-37 . F4-4000C17D-16GTRS loss on the number 6 peace. 6000 $ you need too start bild build this system , 12000$ , it would be hardly geugh , for a more modest layout .
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#5
danbert2000
That is some ugly RAM there. I hope we swing back towards minimal heatsinks, or no heatsinks. I would be embarrassed to show off that fake diamond and gold stuff.
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#6
lexluthermiester
danbert2000, post: 3984795, member: 165365"
That is some ugly RAM there. I hope we swing back towards minimal heatsinks, or no heatsinks. I would be embarrassed to show off that fake diamond and gold stuff.
Normally, I would agree. There is a compelling reason to use them in a build like this;

I'm getting tempted to do a build like this, though with a much better case and different parts, such as white PCB board.
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#7
Basard
danbert2000, post: 3984795, member: 165365"
That is some ugly RAM there. I hope we swing back towards minimal heatsinks, or no heatsinks. I would be embarrassed to show off that fake diamond and gold stuff.
There's RAM out there, isn't it Aegis from Gskill? Not sure.... It's out there, but 'nobody' wants it.

On another note: It's just dumb shit to gain publicity. Any publicity is good publicity right?
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#8
Lorec
phill, post: 3984603, member: 96013"
Just noticed on the last screen shot -

I know I'm a child but that made my day :laugh:
Lol same.
Dont worry there are more of us :p
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#9
lexluthermiester
Here the finish to the build mentioned above. This is really calling to me..
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#10
jmgbjr
bogami, post: 3984641, member: 102090"
I would expect a better result with 6 channels! 2660Hz should give ~25000Mb/s x 6 , at least 150 Gb / s would be expect . a lot of losses according to 4000Hz frequency in all , latencies should be 17-17-17-37 . F4-4000C17D-16GTRS loss on the number 6 peace. 6000 $ you need too start bild build this system , 12000$ , it would be hardly geugh , for a more modest layout .
At those prices, maybe Intel should include that $1000 chiller as its stock cpu cooler. Also, that would need a much bigger box than Threadripper. Win/Win.
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