G.SKILL launches DDR5-5600 CL28 ultra-low latency kit

Previously, G.Skill has successively launched a variety of high-frequency DDR5 memory packages with a frequency of 6000MHz or above. In addition to pursuing higher frequencies, G.SKILL also starts from memory latency and launches products with lower latency specifications. The ultra-low latency DDR5 memory released this time belongs to this type of product.
The new DDR5-5600 CL28 64GB (32GB x2)/32GB (16GB x2) package not only has low latency but also has a large-capacity model. It is also the first time G.Skill brings the DDR5 XMP specification to the low-latency field of the CL28. In order to meet the purchasing needs of different users, DDR5-5600 CL28 64GB (32GB x2)/32GB (16GB x2) sets will be added to G.SKILL’s Trident Z5 RGB Phantom, Trident Z5, and Ripjaws S5 Flame Blade series.

G.SKILL said that this new memory uses strictly selected high-performance DDR5 chips, specially tailored for the 12th generation Core series processors and Z690 motherboards, allowing users to have ultra-low latency DDR5 memory options. The DDR5-5600 CL28 64GB (32GB x2) set has passed the test on the platform built by Intel Core i7-12700K processor and ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z690 HERO motherboard.
In addition, G.SKILL also released a new high-speed Ripjaws DDR5 SO-DIMM memory, providing DDR5-5200 CL38 and DDR5-4800 CL34 specifications. Compared with similar products, it has higher data transfer speed or lower latency, and there are large-capacity options such as 64GB (32GB x2) packages.

G.SKILL said that this series of products have passed rigorous tests and used high-grade materials.