Friday, October 18th 2019

G.SKILL Announces Extreme Low Latency DDR4-4000 CL15 32GB Memory Kits

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is delighted to announce an extreme low-latency, high-speed DDR4 memory kit at DDR4-4000 CL15-16-16-36 in a 32 GB (8 GB x4) capacity configuration under the classic Trident Z and the RGB-enabled Trident Z Royal memory series. Once again, these extraordinary memory kits are manufactured using high-performance Samsung B-die ICs to achieve the world's lowest latency of CL15 at DDR4-4000.

At G.SKILL, we are always searching for the ultimate memory kit, tuned not only for speed, but also for efficiency. This means pushing for lower latency timings. Previously, the best CAS latency that memory kits at the DDR4-4000 level could achieve was at CL17. This is surpassed by the new DDR4-4000 CL15-16-16-36 32 GB (8 GB x4) memory kit running under 1.5 V, shown validated on the MSI MEG Z390 ACE motherboard and Intel Core i7-9700K processor in the screenshot below.
Exceptional Bandwidth Performance on AMD X570
A lower CAS latency typically means a bump in bandwidth performance, and this is no different on the latest AMD Ryzen platform. Normally, AMD Ryzen 9 3900X processor bandwidth with popular DDR4-3200 CL14 kit would fall around 50 GB/s for memory read bandwidth in AIDA64. With the new ultra-efficient DDR4-4000 CL15 memory kit, the memory read bandwidth breaks 61 GB/s in AIDA64 with a few additional tweaks, along with over 58 GB/s in memory write and 65 GB/s in memory copy bandwidth speed, as demonstrated in the following screenshot with the MSI X570 Unify motherboard and the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X processor.

Availability & XMP 2.0 Support
This extreme low latency performance memory specification will support Intel XMP 2.0 for easy overclocking and will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in Q4 2019.
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35 Comments on G.SKILL Announces Extreme Low Latency DDR4-4000 CL15 32GB Memory Kits

#1
bonehead123
Yee haw, maw

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dddddd..... hehehe :clap: :D :peace:
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#2
Dyatlov A
Why some Samsung B die so much better, than the others? I know silicon lottery, but with so big differences?
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#3
IceShroom
Dyatlov A
Why some Samsung B die so much better, than the others? I know silicon lottery, but with so big differences?
Quality and well engineered. Though Samsung has cheaper DRAM die also.
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#4
erek
Not the best being a 4x8 GB kit for Ryzen 3000 series? been hearing that it's preferrable to run only 2x DIMMs with Ryzen 3000 series

will there be a 2x16 low latency kit?
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#5
Tomgang
Cool, but for those that want a kit. Dont have your hopes up on getting them any time soon or getting them for cheap.

I put in an order for a low CAS ram kit: G.skill TridentZ Neo 3600 MHz CL14-15-15-35 at 1.4 volts that is also samsung B-die with 32 GB as well (4x 8 GB) at
August 30 and right now estimated dilevery date is oktober 31 and that date has been delayed severel times so far and these ram are al ready very exspensive, so the 4000 MHz kit aint going to be cheap either. just a kittle heads up.
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#6
erek
Tomgang
Cool, but for those that want a kit. Dont have your hopes up on getting them any time soon or getting them for cheap.

I put in an order for a low CAS ram kit: G.skill TridentZ Neo 3600 MHz CL14-15-15-35 at 1.4 volts that is also samsung B-die with 32 GB as well (4x 8 GB) at
August 30 and right now estimated dilevery date is oktober 31 and that date has been delayed severel times so far and these ram are al ready very exspensive, so the 4000 MHz kit aint going to be cheap either. just a kittle heads up.
that sounds expensive, $260 for 16GB ..
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#7
Tomgang
erek
that sounds expensive, $260 for 16GB ..
The kit i have ordered, is a 32 GB kit or 4 x 8 GB sticks. But yeah its not cheap, thats for sure.
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#8
yakk
Yeah these should be fairly expensive and 4000mhz for Ryzen is probably not worth it for everyday performance.

Last b-die kit I ordered was 32GB (4x8GB) 3200 cas14 for about $230. Prices very a lot by region...
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#9
londiste
Dyatlov A
Why some Samsung B die so much better, than the others? I know silicon lottery, but with so big differences?
It's not that big of a difference. Usually RAM sticks are specced at 1.35V, this one is "under 1.5V".
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#10
delshay
Whatever happened to DDR4 1.2v spec. This is what they should be working on, same performance but @1.2v.
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#11
claster17
Tomgang
Cool, but for those that want a kit. Dont have your hopes up on getting them any time soon or getting them for cheap.

I put in an order for a low CAS ram kit: G.skill TridentZ Neo 3600 MHz CL14-15-15-35 at 1.4 volts that is also samsung B-die with 32 GB as well (4x 8 GB) at
August 30 and right now estimated dilevery date is oktober 31 and that date has been delayed severel times so far and these ram are al ready very exspensive, so the 4000 MHz kit aint going to be cheap either. just a kittle heads up.
Easy workaround:
Buy 3200 MHz CL14 and manually tune it to 3600 MHz CL14.
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#12
Tomgang
delshay
Whatever happened to DDR4 1.2v spec. This is what they should be working on, same performance but @1.2v.
They can of cause work just fine at 1.2 volts but at the cost of lower clock and/or higher timings.
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#13
TheLostSwede
erek
Not the best being a 4x8 GB kit for Ryzen 3000 series? been hearing that it's preferrable to run only 2x DIMMs with Ryzen 3000 series

will there be a 2x16 low latency kit?
That's what I thought as well, but decided to give 4x 8 a try...
These are Hynix CJR's though. It added 0.9ns to my latency, but the Copy speed went up by ~2000MB
This is at 1.37V as well.

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#14
NZKshatriya
How about some low latency love for the SODIMM users out here.
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#15
bonehead123
NZKshatriya
How about some low latency love for the SODIMM users out here.
Apparently, you missed the memo....

ALL your sodimm's are belong to us, and you can only have them when you can pry our cold, dead hands away from them, which will be, like, neva eva eva.....(well, maybe in 2966.382, but definitely not before that) hehehehe :roll: :respect: :laugh:
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#16
RoutedScripter
What what, wasn't B-Die discontinued ... oh it looks like it'll take some time for the supply to run out.
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#18
Jism
NZKshatriya
How about some low latency love for the SODIMM users out here.
Buy high-end memory, and clock it down using tighter timings. There's not really a market of performance overclocks on the SODimm market.
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#20
Jism
AnarchoPrimitiv
My dream kit is a 3600mhz with 14-14-14-34
3600Mhz / 3/3/3/9. DDR2 CL3 days.
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#21
erek
mouacyk
$$$
32GB 3600 MHz CL14-15-15-35 is already $520

can't imagine this kit
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#24
Makaveli
erek
should i feel bad for going 2x16 3600 MHz CL16-19-19-39 1.35V?
Of course not.
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#25
Daisho11
Those are some God-awful heatsinks. How come very low profile DDR4 hasn't caught on?
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