Friday, September 25th 2020

G.SKILL Pushes Latency Down With New DDR4-4000 CL16, DDR4-4400 CL16 Memory Kits

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is releasing new high-performance, low-latency memory kits at DDR4-4000 CL16 32 GB (16 GB x2) and DDR4-4400 CL16 16 GB (8 GB x2), and available across the Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB, and Ripjaws V series. Engineered with high quality hand-screened Samsung B-die components, these new memory specifications provide more efficient latency options at extreme frequency speeds.
High-Capacity 16GBx2 Upgrade for DDR4-4000 CL16
Now available with a larger kit capacity of 32 GB (16 GB x2), the highly optimized DDR4-4000 CL16-19-19-39 memory specification is an ideal performance upgrade for PC builds intended for gaming and content creation. Optimized with the latest 10th Generation Intel Core processors and Intel Z490 chipset platform, this new memory kit can be seen validated on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII EXTREME, MSI MPG Z490 GAMING PLUS, and ASRock Z490 AQUA motherboards with the Intel Core i9-10900K, i7-10700K, and i5-10600K processors, respectively, in the screenshots below.

Extreme Low Latency DDR4-4400 CL16
Along with this wave of memory specification updates, is the DDR4-4400 CL16-19-19-39 16 GB (8 GB x2) memory kit. This new low-latency CL16 option is an ideal choice for overclockers and enthusiasts who are aiming for a higher benchmark score or a more efficient memory kit.

Availability
These high-capacity and low-latency memory specifications are available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners now.

(Editor's Note: These frequencies and latencies paired together are absolutely ridiculous, so you can expect pricing for these kits to be higher than for some human internal organs.)
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16 Comments on G.SKILL Pushes Latency Down With New DDR4-4000 CL16, DDR4-4400 CL16 Memory Kits

#1
Chomiq
How about apart from those 4000+ kits they also deliver 3600+ modules that are tuned for Ryzen and don't cost an arm and a leg.
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#3
kapone32
This is one of the best values in RAM for Ryzen. It's $154.99 CAD which is not bad for 32GB. That Gskill kit is attractive but I am confident the price will be prohibitive.

Team T-Force DARK Za 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3600MHz CL18 (FOR AMD) Memory Kit(TDZAD432G3600HC18JDC01)
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#4
chris.london
Just in time for Zen 3? I wonder how far we will be able to push the IF.

I am waiting for Zen 3 to drop before I buy new memory. But for less patient people there is always Teamgroup's Ripped Edition CL14 3600MHz 16GB kit currently retailing for £129 in the UK. Full timings are 14-15-15-35... It only comes in black with no RGB.
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#5
Tatty_One
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NightOfChrist
There is a 16 GB (2x8) 4000 CL15 (15-16-16-36) kit that costs ¥24,433 (about $220). Not sure about the price being higher than that of a human internal organ.

p.s. sorry about the linksynergy thing in the link. I didn't put it there.
In contrast, I paid £84.99 (UK) for 16GB of patriot Viper steel 4133mhz and they can do that on under 1.5v, might have a play and see if I can achieve it with 1.45v, I currently run them at 4000mhz 16-16-16-32 @ 1.41v.
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#6
Bubster
G SKILL Trident = Great RAM but ridiculous prices
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#7
PooPipeBoy
When I was shopping for memory this week, 16GB 3600MHz CL16 cost 80% as much as 32GB 3600MHz CL18. Lower CAS latency murders your bang-for-buck and the performance change is within margin of error (and can slightly decrease your average FPS in some cases).
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#8
JAB Creations
I like their Ripjaws design: no LEDs, nice simple black design and the prices are never jacked for good specs compared to some other brands. I just don't get why there are designs like rock candy for RAM...do companies do market research at all these days?
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#9
freeagent
JAB Creations
I like their Ripjaws design: no LEDs, nice simple black design and the prices are never jacked for good specs compared to some other brands. I just don't get why there are designs like rock candy for RAM...do companies do market research at all these days?
That's what the people want though.. not all people.. but you know.. The whole RGB thing is silly to me, and when I do finally build a new system it will all be turned off lol.. until I find a color I like lol.. My kids would absolutely love RGB.. Kids.
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#10
Arctucas
freeagent
That's what the people want though.. not all people.. but you know.. The whole RGB thing is silly to me, and when I do finally build a new system it will all be turned off lol.. until I find a color I like lol.. My kids would absolutely love RGB.. Kids.
Agreed, unicorn puke on everything these days.

I own three G.Skill TridentZ kits, none of them with rainbows or glitter.

Seriously, how much faster does the memory run with all that nonsense? For me, performance is all that matters.
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#11
tigger
I'm the only one
Arctucas
Agreed, unicorn puke on everything these days.

I own three G.Skill TridentZ kits, none of them with rainbows or glitter.

Seriously, how much faster does the memory run with all that nonsense? For me, performance is all that matters.
I just stick to the R, screw the B and the G
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#12
Turmania
I do not like RGB anymore as well. Though I do admit, I fell for it initially. Now I chose non windowed cases and put the case down in desk no where to be seen. Good real estate saving! Opens your desk up ! But I must say, when the time comes to sell your components, rgb ones will go for more money and sell quickly. You can always turn off the rgb if you want to.
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#13
AnarchoPrimitiv
And I thought 3600 14-14-14-34 was my dream kit... This just might replace it.

I don't know why everyone's saying G.Skill is bad value, they're 3600 16 kits are competitively priced, and clock for clock/Cas for Cas they're definitely cheaper than corsair, who in my opinion, has the most expensive ram for the specs, but that's the Corsair Tax.
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#14
Prima.Vera
NightOfChrist
There is a 16 GB (2x8) 4000 CL15 (15-16-16-36) kit that costs ¥24,433 (about $220). Not sure about the price being higher than that of a human internal organ.

p.s. sorry about the linksynergy thing in the link. I didn't put it there.
Yes, but those are 16GB kits. The question is, can I buy 2 of those kits for a total of 32GB and run all 4 without any issue??
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#15
jesdals
I wonder what kind of Samsung modules this is? Oh - B-die - wonder if theres going to be any highend A-die soon...
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#16
Sabishii Hito
jesdals
I wonder what kind of Samsung modules this is? Oh - B-die - wonder if theres going to be any highend A-die soon...
It's unlikely we'll ever see a DDR4 IC that can OC like 8Gbit Samsung B-die. The combo of voltage scaling+tight timings+high clocks is just too awesome.
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