G.SKILL releases Trident Z5 DDR5-6600 memory package

With the release of Intel’s 12th generation Core series processors and its supporting 600 series chipsets, memory will shift from DDR4 to DDR5. According to the introduction of MSI on its official blog, DDR5 has more additional components, which has further pushed up the cost. It is expected that the price of DDR5 memory will be 50% to 60% higher DDR4 when it is officially released. It will take about two years for DDR5 memory to drop to the same price as DDR4 memory. Compared with the price, many players who pursue the ultimate performance are more worried about the lack of high-performance DDR5 memory at the initial stage.

G.SKILL announced the launch of Trident Z5 DDR5-6600 memory, the timing is CL36-36-36-76, and 32GB (16GB x2) packages are provided, which should be able to meet the needs of some users. Although many memory manufacturers have recently demonstrated or released DDR5 memory, this product of G.SKILL is obviously more powerful.

G.SKILL said that the Trident Z5 DDR5-6600 32GB (16GB x2) package uses high-performance DDR5 particles and is the world’s first dual-channel specification package that breaks through the DDR5-6600 ultra-fast frequency. In addition to ultra-high frequency, it also has ultra-low latency, providing the ultimate overclocking potential. It is a new high-speed memory solution for players who pursue extreme performance, high-end overclockers, and professional content creators.

The Trident Z5 series will provide the RGB version of the Trident Z5 RGB phantom and the non-RGB version of the Trident Z5. There are two options. In terms of appearance design, the aluminum alloy heat sink of the Trident Z5 series adopts a more neat and streamlined design.

G.SKIL has not announced the price or specific time to market for the time being.