Bucking the trend of ever higher clocked DDR4 memory kits, G.Skill has introduced a new high-end memory kit that is focused on lower memory latencies. Compatible with both Intel and AMD platforms, the premium memory kit offers CL15 latencies at up to DDR4-4000 speeds.

G.Skill’s Extreme Low Latency DDR4-4000 32 GB kit consists of four 8 GB modules based on cherry-picked Samsung’s 8 Gb B-Die chips. The sticks are rated for 4000 MT/s CL15 16-16-36 at 1.5 V. The modules use G.Skill’s custom PCB, feature an XMP 2.0-enabled SPD, and come with G.Skill’s blingy Trident Royal Z heat spreaders with a crystaline RGB lightbar, or regular Trident Z with classic all-black heat spreaders.

The Extreme Low Latency DDR4-4000 32 GB kit has been validated both on AMD’s X570/Ryzen 3000 platform (using MSI’s X570 Unify motherboard) and Intel’s Z390 platform (using MSI’s MEG Z390 Ace motherboard). Keeping in mind that we are dealing with modules that work at clocks and latencies well beyond those recommended by JEDEC at voltages that are a whopping 25% higher than spec for DDR4 DIMMs, one will clearly need a high-end motherboard with a VRM that can deliver clean and quality power to the modules.

G.Skill will start sales of its Trident Z Royal 32 GB DDR4-4000 CL15 kit late in Q4 2019. Pricing has yet to be announced, but considering their high-end specifications, expect them to be expensive.

 

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  • erotomania - Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - link

    4x32 = 256 ??? Reply
  • timecop1818 - Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - link

    lmao, retards linking to fucking youtube videos to prove a point. I ain't gonna click that shit. you are dumb, and overpriced overclocked memory is fucking dumb. enjoy ricing out your AMD until it burns your house down, I'll stick with intel and air coolers. Reply
  • JoeyJoJo123 - Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - link

    >posts proof
    >"i don't like that proof! therefore it's invalid!"
    Enjoy being ignorant I guess?
    Reply
  • umano - Thursday, October 24, 2019 - link

    Don't forget the infinity fabric overclock (as shown by the good Antony at LTT).
    Reading and viewing video around the best ram performance with ryzen is achieved by
    having 4 ranks
    switching to 1T (from tom's hw) (dual rank with 1T duhh?)
    Lowest timings possible (common knowledge)
    Infinity fabric OC to get the highest ram frequency maintaining 1:1 ratio

    So In my case (itx) I should buy a 2x16 kit capable to reaching 3800mhz Cas 14 1T.
    It doesn't exist and in my little knowledge, dual rank memory is not 2T by design?
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