G.SKILL create new DDR5 memory overclocking: clock reaches 8888MHz

After G.Skill entered the DDR5 era, G.Skill has been very active in exploring the extreme potential of DDR5 memory. It has already launched a number of DDR5-6000 or above products and even demonstrated DDR5-7000 memory. Compared with many manufacturers who are still hovering between DDR5-4800 and DDR5-5600, G.S.C. is obviously a step ahead.

Trident Z5 DDR5-6600

Today, G.SKILL DDR5 memory frequency has once again pushed to a new high, reaching an amazing DDR5-8888 (timing CL88-88-88-88), showing the ultimate overclocking ability, which is a new world record for overclocking DDR5 memory. This overclock is from the famous @BingLLL user, using G.Skill Trident Z5 series DDR5-6000 memory, Intel Core i9-12900K processor, and ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z690 APEX motherboard. Obviously, to achieve such a frequency, general overclocking methods cannot be achieved. This time, BingLLL user is achieved by liquid nitrogen heat dissipation.

Although DDR5 memory has not been out for a long time, the frequency soaring is very fast, and more and more manufacturers can be seen on the market selling DDR5-6000 or above products. Perhaps in the near future, we can see DDR5 memory breaking through the 10000MHz barrier, setting a new world record for overclocking DDR5 memory.