Tuesday, March 30th 2021

G.SKILL Announces Extreme Speed Memory Kits Up to DDR4-5333 for Z590 Platform

G.SKILL is excited to announce a series of high speed DDR4 kits for the new Intel Z590 platform. , including DDR4-5333 CL22 16 GB (8GBx2), DDR4-4800 CL17 16 GB (8GBx2), DDR4-4800 CL20 32 GB (16GBx2), and DDR4-4600 CL20 64 GB (32GBx2) under the Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB, and Ripjaws V series. These new DDR4 memory specifications offer a perfect choice for those pursuing extreme memory overclocking performance, building a powerful workstation, or for the ultimate gaming experience.

Ultimate Performance DDR4-5333 on the Intel Z590 Platform
Dedicated to developing ever-faster extreme overclocking memory, G.SKILL is pushing the 16 GB (8GBx2) kit capacity to a blistering speed of DDR4-5333. This demonstrates the remarkable memory overclocking support on the latest Intel Z590 platform, which has been validated on the ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI, ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX, and MSI MEG Z590I UNIFY motherboards with the latest Intel Core i9-11900K processor, as shown in the screenshots below:
Maximizing Performance with Extreme Latency
In the pursuit of the tightest CL timing available at high memory frequencies, G.SKILL is launching a new specification running at DDR4-4800 with an extremely efficient CL17-19-19-39 timing in 16 GB (8GBx2), built with high performance Samsung B-die ICs. Below is a screenshot showing the memory kit running on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX motherboard with the latest Intel Core i7-11700KF processor.

Go Beyond with High Capacity 32 GB (16GBx2) at DDR4-5066
For a more spacious 32 GB (16GBx2) kit capacity, G.SKILL is also launching a high-speed memory kit at DDR4-5066 CL20 for the Intel Z590 platform. This high-speed memory kit is also validated on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX motherboard with the Intel Core i9-11900K processor in the screenshot below.

64 GB Ultra-High Kit Capacity at DDR4-4600
Completing this list of high performance memory kit releases for the latest Intel Z590 platform, is a ultra-high capacity memory kit of 64 GB (32GBx2) at a speedy DDR4-4600 CL20. In the screenshot below, this colossal memory kit is validated on the ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI motherboard with the Intel Core i7-11700KF processor.

Availability & Specifications
These extreme high-speed memory specifications will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in Q2 2021. For a list of specifications, please see the table below.
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12 Comments on G.SKILL Announces Extreme Speed Memory Kits Up to DDR4-5333 for Z590 Platform

#1
lynx29
mighty impressive.
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#2
bonehead123
Gimme DDR8 or gimme death already, hehehehe :)

Just wondering why the 16gb sticks can't bust the 5ghz barrier though.... yea yea I know.... timings, latency yada yada yada....

Probably because they want to wait until a bunch of us buy up the inventory run of this series, and THEN they will announce the higher speed 16's.... :(
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#3
lynx29
bonehead123Gimme DDR8 or gimme death already, hehehehe :)

Just wondering why the 16gb sticks can't bust the 5ghz barrier though.... yea yea I know.... timings, latency yada yada yada....

Probably because they want to wait until a bunch of us buy up the inventory run of this series, and THEN they will announce the higher speed 16's.... :(
I'm pretty sure that's how most businesses work lol nothing to be sad over. just be patient and time your buys right. I regret not buying 4000 cas 15 8gb sticks when i had the chance, $300 for all 4 sticks. price is much higher now. that being said, keeping the cool would have been a pain in the butt, so eh i guess its ok.
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#5
Caring1
Extreme prices too no doubt.
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#6
Prima.Vera
So can I install 2 of those low latency 2x8GB kits for a total of 32GB on my system? Using full specs, naturally.
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#7
Toothless
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Prima.VeraSo can I install 2 of those low latency 2x8GB kits for a total of 32GB on my system? Using full specs, naturally.
Sure if your IMC is made of divine magic and you're not running a 3770k.
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#8
basco
what i like is in the beginning they always tell us no more then 1.40volt -no no no it could damage imc.
then they come up with 1,50volt and now we are at 1,60volt.
x58[socket 1366] days to remember
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#9
1d10t
Steep price and CL20.Wow.
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#10
Toothless
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bascowhat i like is in the beginning they always tell us no more then 1.40volt -no no no it could damage imc.
then they come up with 1,50volt and now we are at 1,60volt.
x58[socket 1366] days to remember
I've seen it the other way. 1.7v for 1366, 1.6 for 1150, 1.3v for early DDR4 and etc.
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#11
Prima.Vera
ToothlessSure if your IMC is made of divine magic and you're not running a 3770k.
Was a serious question. And I mean it for a future build, lol
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#12
Toothless
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Prima.VeraWas a serious question. And I mean it for a future build, lol
No cpu in our times is going to handle four dimms at that speed. There's a reason many people stick to just 2x(insert ram amount) kits for faster kits.
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