With the release of Intel’s Alder Lake
platform, memory moved from DDR4 to DDR5. Many memory manufacturers have quickly launched their own DDR5 memory products. Among them, G.Skill is one of the most active manufacturers, releasing a variety of high-frequency DDR5 memory in a short period of time. In addition to the clock, latency is also one of the reasons why many users scoff at DDR5 memory.
This time G.SKILL announced
the launch of the DDR5-6400 CL32 32GB (16GB x2) package, which not only continues the advantages of a high clock but also has lower latency than products with the same clock, which is believed to make many high-end users satisfied. G.SKILL’s ultra-low latency DDR5 memory package will be added to its latest flagship products, the Trident Z5 RGB and the Trident Z5. 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, which perfectly demonstrates the extreme overclocking performance of G.SKILL DDR5 memory.
After continuous attempts by the G.SKILL R&D team, the DDR5-6400 CL32 32GB (16GB x2) package provides a high clock of 6400MHz, and the timing is adjusted to CL32-39-39-102 with a voltage of 1.4V. This specification has passed the test on the platform built by the Intel Core i7-12700K processor and the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z690 HERO motherboard.
G.SKILL said that this high-performance top-level memory package will be sold through major cooperative distributors in the near future.