Wednesday, April 14th 2021

G.SKILL Announces New High-End Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 Memory

G.SKILL, the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is announcing a new addition of high-performance DDR4 memory kit series to the renowned Trident Z family - the Trident Z Royal Elite series. Featuring a meticulously sculpted crystalline pattern across the polished surface of the aluminium heatspreader, the Trident Z Royal Elite also retains the patented full-length crystalline light bar and 8-zone RGB lighting of the Trident Z Royal to enhance the aesthetics of any high-end PC system build. Representing the upper echelon of DDR4 performance, the G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Elite will be available at speeds of DDR4-3600 to DDR4-5333 at launch.

Evolved from the luxury-class design elements of the Trident Z Royal, G.SKILL is introducing the all-new Trident Z Royal Elite series that features a magnificent multi-faceted crystalline design across the reflective aluminium heatspreader. After more than a year of development in crafting the perfectly-sized crystalline pattern and sculpting the 3D structure onto a solid piece of aluminium, each Trident Z Royal Elite heatspreader is painstakingly chiseled with 76 total facets to bestow the ultimate luxury aesthetic to any PC build. Available in gold or silver colors, Trident Z Royal Elite modules also inherited the iconic full-length crystalline light bar for a dazzling refractive display of RGB lighting.
Enduring Legacy of High Performance
Continuing the ongoing G.SKILL legacy for fast DDR4 memory performance, the Trident Z Royal Elite offers high-class memory specifications that range from DDR4-3600 to DDR4-5333 and offers 16 GB (8GBx2) to 64 GB (32GBx2) in kit capacity at launch. Each memory kit is constructed from hand-screened memory IC chips and tested for compatibility across a wide range of motherboards to ensure stability and high-frequency overclocked performance. For a list of specifications available at launch, please refer to the chart below.
Availability
Trident Z Royal Elite DDR4 memory kits will be available via G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in May 2021.
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8 Comments on G.SKILL Announces New High-End Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 Memory

#1
maxfly
Mmmmnah. Fugly and the timings are far from impressive. Form over function i guess.
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#2
deu
RAM to go with your favorite mumble-rapper! :D
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#3
dgianstefani
The 4266/16 kit in 2x16 looks impressive to me. Could probably do 4000/14 comfortably if tuned right. Nice for a 32gb 2 dimm kit.

My own 3800/14 kit does 4000/14 at tighter timings but it's only 2x8gb.

Mini ITX has best topology for mem OC with two slot so I'm interested. I assume the 2x16 is also dual rank dimms so that's another plus.
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#4
maxfly
dgianstefaniThe 4266/16 kit in 2x16 looks impressive to me. Could probably do 4000/14 comfortably if tuned right. Nice for a 32gb 2 dimm kit.

My own 3800/14 kit does 4000/14 at tighter timings but it's only 2x8gb.

Mini ITX has best topology for mem OC with two slot so I'm interested. I assume the 2x16 is also dual rank dimms so that's another plus.
It depends on the ics. From the looks of the timings/voltage they may be b-die, more like hynix but who knows until someone spends a fortune on a set. Being that they are royal elites im sure they will cost more than any other gskill kit. Combined with our currently inflated mem prices by the time these hit theyll be in the 4 bill range for those 4266s!
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#5
MarsM4N
Surprised they didn't call it "Swarovki Edition" :laugh: Guess they couldn't afford the trademark rights.

The target audience will most likely be the Asia/Russian market. And teeth grill clowns.
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#6
ThrashZone
Hi,
For 16gb sticks guess the timings aren't too bad
About all I can find is 4000c19 at 2x16 with 19-19-19-39 1.35v though not terrible at 335.us
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#7
Gmr_Chick
Ugh, they just HAD to go and ruin these, didn't they? I own a set of the OG Royals and these new ones are...err, gaudy to say the least. WAY too busy looking.
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