Wednesday, October 9th 2019

G.SKILL Releases New DDR4 32GB Module Specs with Memory Kits Up to 256GB

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is announcing new high-capacity, high-performance memory kit specifications based on 32 GB modules across several memory series, including Trident Z Royal DDR4-3200 CL16 256 GB (32 GB x8), Trident Z Royal DDR4-4000 CL18 128 GB (32 GB x4), Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 CL18 128 GB (32 GB x4), and Trident Z Neo DDR4-3800 C18 64 GB (32 GB x2). Built with the latest high-density 16Gb components, these DDR4 memory kits are the perfect choice for pushing the performance limits of high memory capacity.

With the availability of higher density memory at the consumer level, G.SKILL memory is pushing the performance boundary to DDR4-3200 on current HEDT platforms with up to 8 modules of 32 GB for a total of 256 GB. As shown in the screenshot below, the Trident Z Royal DDR4-3200 CL16 256 GB (32GBx8) is validated on the latest X299-based ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme Encore motherboard and the Intel Core i9-9820X processor. Such extremely high-capacity memory kits are the ideal choice for powerful workstations or for systems running multiple virtual machines.
Breaking the DDR4-4000 Barrier with 32 GB Modules - Trident Z Royal DDR4-4000 CL18 128 GB (32 GB x4)
High capacity 32 GB modules are no slouch when it comes to high frequency, breaking through DDR4-4000 CL18 with 128 GB (32GBx4), as shown with the ASUS ROG Rampage VI Extreme Encore motherboard and Intel Core i9-9820X processor.
Massive High-Speed 128 GB on Dual-Channels - Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 CL18 128 GB (32 GB x4)
Even without a HEDT system, it's now possible to reach a total of 128 GB on current 4-DIMM motherboards. Under the AMD-optimized Trident Z Neo series, the following screenshot below shows the Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 CL18 128 GB (32 GB x4) being stress-tested on the MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE motherboard and the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 processor.
Continuing to Push the Limits of AMD Ryzen 3000 - Trident Z Neo DDR4-3800 CL18 64 GB (32 GB x2)
At the extreme limits of AMD Ryzen 3000 platform, G.SKILL is also releasing a blazing dual-module behemoth kit of 64 GB (32 GB x2) at DDR4-3800 CL18 under the Trident Z Neo series, validated on the MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE motherboard and AMD Ryzen 9 3900X processor, as shown below.

Specifications List
For a list of memory specifications based on the new 32GB modules, please refer to the table below
Availability & XMP 2.0 Support
These ultra-high capacity performance memory specifications will support the latest Intel XMP 2.0 for easy overclocking and will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in Q4 2019.
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17 Comments on G.SKILL Releases New DDR4 32GB Module Specs with Memory Kits Up to 256GB

#1
kapone32
I wonder would that 256GB kit work on X399? I know the boards state 128GB but I don't believe there were 32GB DIMMs available at launch.
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#2
xkm1948
Hell FKING YES.

So much yes for 256GB!!
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#3
kapone32
xkm1948, post: 4130115, member: 50521"
Hell FKING YES.

So much yes for 256GB!!
I know and at 4000 MHZ with 18 timings!!!!!!
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#4
csendesmark
Finally
32MB modules with decent speeds, great news
Bravo! :D
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#5
Aerpoweron
I really hope these all are Jedec 3200MHz specified :)
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#6
E-curbi
256GB of FAST DDR4! :eek::eek::eek:



(8) 32GB modules of Gskill Trident Z Royal Silver emitting a deep soothing blue glow while you work. :)

Rampage VI Extreme Encore motherboard launching soon. Yup, I can imagine that. :D

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#7
bonehead123
As usual, the REAL question is:

How much is all this su-peeed is gonna cost us ?

I predict 1 arm, 1 leg, 1 testicle, 1 kidney, 1 side of your brain, and your BANKER's GOLD & PLATNIUM Cards, hehehe :cry: :eek: o_O.....
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#8
Xx Tek Tip xX
bonehead123, post: 4130184, member: 139670"
How much is all this su-peeed is gonna cost us ?
If you have to ask, you probably can't afford it.
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#9
kapone32
Xx Tek Tip xX, post: 4130187, member: 178884"
If you have to ask, you probably can't afford it.
I am not sure many of us could afford 256GB of DDR4. 128GB was almost $2000 just a year ago (In Canada) but they have fallen to $850 for 3000 MHZ. With the speeds and timings these kits may be in the $2000+ range in Canada.
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#10
phill
csendesmark, post: 4130147, member: 50258"
Finally 32MB modules with decent speeds, great news
Bravo! :D
Do you mean 32Gb?? :)

Thank god I don't need 32Gb sticks for my servers.. 24 slots of RAM in each of those?? Hell no!! lol
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#11
csendesmark
phill, post: 4130442, member: 96013"
Do you mean 32Gb?? :)

Thank god I don't need 32Gb sticks for my servers.. 24 slots of RAM in each of those?? Hell no!! lol
Oups, sorry
I meant
32 Gigs of RAM in one module :D
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#12
phill
csendesmark, post: 4130595, member: 50258"
Oups, sorry I meant 32 Gigs of RAM in one module :D
Thought so ;) :laugh:

Would have been one big stick of ram with 32Mb modules on it for 32Gb :D :D :laugh:
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#13
torsoreaper
I wonder why they made a 3800mhz kit. Doesn't that put you into the 2:1 infinity fabric mode?

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#14
kapone32
torsoreaper, post: 4130877, member: 189903"
I wonder why they made a 3800mhz kit. Doesn't that put you into the 2:1 infinity fabric mode?


I would love to see how 5133 MHZ feels
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#15
zo0lykas
for people who need 256gb they really dont look for a price tag
its not for every one

guys your post about price tag make non sense, you should be happy about this setup and speed
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#16
E-curbi
kapone32, post: 4130886, member: 181865"
I would love to see how 5133 MHZ feels
That AMD slide above and below, listing 5133Mhz "demonstrated" may be a bit misleading. Intel does the same thing sometimes with their marketing slides. :rolleyes: (rolling eyes emoticon)

Certainly NOT an attainable ddr4 speed with ambient cooling. And even if it was, or when it's achieved with LN2 cooling - the AIDA memory latency penalty using AMD's Infinity Fabric beyond 3800Mhz makes spending more for kits tested/rated higher than 3800Mhz kind of a waste of dollars, since it doesn't gain any increase in responsiveness or lower latency.

With Ryzen I believe the 3800Mhz (3866Mhz?) kits give you the lowest possible latency around 64ns.

or as the slide calls it Raw Memory Latency, since you know, it's so very RAW. :p

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#17
kapone32
E-curbi, post: 4130968, member: 179827"
That AMD slide above listing 5133Mhz "demonstrated" may be a bit misleading. Intel does the same thing sometimes with their marketing slides. :rolleyes: (rolling eyes emoticon)

Certainly NOT an attainable ddr4 speed with ambient cooling. And even if it was, the AIDA memory latency penalty using AMD's Infinity Fabric beyond 3800Mhz makes spending more for the 3800Mhz PLUS kits kind of a waste of dollars, doesn't gain any increase in responsiveness/lower latency.

With Ryzen I believe the 3800Mhz kits give you the lowest latency around 64ns.

or as that slide calls it Raw Memory Latency, since you know, it's so very RAW. :p


Yes I understand the Infinity fabric logic. The thing is when I had my X470 board I got some 3600MHZ RAM and though it would not run games, regular desktop usage was super snappy.
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