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G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB and Ripjaws S5 Series DDR5 Memory Receive Red Dot Design Award 2022

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, has received the honor of Red Dot Award: Product Design 2022 for the Trident Z5 RGB and Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory for outstanding and innovative product design.

Standing out amongst more than thousands of entries, both G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB and Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory products exceeded the juror panel's strict criteria and expectation in multiple areas of product standards, including the degree of innovation, functionality, formal quality, ergonomics, durability, symbolic and emotional content, product periphery, self-explanatory quality, and ecological compatibility.
Revolutionary Designed of the Trident Z5 Family
The all-new Trident Z5 product family incorporates hypercar elements into the iconic Trident headspreader design with a sleek and futuristic exterior. Featuring a black brushed aluminium strip inset into a smooth metallic silver or powdered matte black body, and topped with a sleek piano black top bar on the Trident Z5 series or a translucent RGB light bar optimized for smooth lighting on the Trident Z5 RGB series. The Trident Z5 family memory kits are ideal for a wide range of high performance PC builds.

Super-Speed in Style with Ripjaws S5 Series
The next-gen Ripjaws S5 series DDR5 memory adopts a minimalistic chromatic design inspired by classic racing stripes and grills. Featuring a low-profile height of just 33 mm, the Ripjaws S5 memory is an ideal choice for compact Mini-ITX builds or systems with large CPU coolers. Available in matte black or matte white to match a multitude of PC build themes.
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6 Comments on G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB and Ripjaws S5 Series DDR5 Memory Receive Red Dot Design Award 2022

#1
Haile Selassie
Meant to say they 'bought themselves the red dot award'...

"Look at me, I'm relevant!"
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#2
PCL
Haile SelassieMeant to say they 'bought themselves the red dot award'...

"Look at me, I'm relevant!"
I mean, just because winners are required to purchase a €6,000 "winner's package" means they paid for the award?! Seems completely legit to me... /s
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#3
bonehead123
Red dot....
Green dot...
Blue dot......
It don't friggin matter......

You'll be just as dead (er bought & paid for) either way ! - The Duke...
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#4
AusWolf
I have to admit, they look really neat! It's good to see something simple among the armada of "gamery" components.
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#5
thegnome
If they did away with the red it would be some of the best looking sticks ever.
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#6
svenge
thegnomeIf they did away with the red it would be some of the best looking sticks ever.
I think the red accent looks OK on the white variant, but not so much on the black one.
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