G.Skill showcased 24GB of DDR5-8800 memory at Computex 2023

In the quest for high-frequency DDR5 memory, G.Skill is among the most ardent manufacturers, as demonstrated by its recent release of DDR5-8000 CL38 48GB (24GB x2) and DDR5-8200 CL40 48GB (24GB x2) kits, both belonging to the Trident Z5 RGB series, which include new modules with capacities of 24GB and 48GB.

As reported by TechPowerup, G.Skill showcased its fastest DDR5 memory at Computex 2023, including a singular 24GB product that achieved a staggering 8800 MHz frequency. G.Skill also demonstrated on-site overclocking of DDR5-8000 (with timing of CL40-48-48-128) to DDR5-8800.

Further showcased were new memory kits that deviated from the conventional binary progression, such as the DDR5-6800 96GB (48GB x2) kit with a timing of CL34-46-46-108. G.Skill unveiled its Trident Z5 Royal series memory for the first time, featuring a heat spreader with a resplendent aesthetic design. Boasting a gold exterior adorned with crystalline RGB lights on the top, the Trident Z5 RGB series memory will also be available in gold and silver variants.

Various manufacturers, including MSI, ASRock, Gigabyte, and ASUS, have sequentially announced their support for 24GB and 48GB DDR5 memory modules in Intel’s 600/700 series motherboards. For motherboards equipped with four DIMMs, maximum memory capacity has been increased from 128GB to 192GB, while for those with two DIMMs, it has been raised from 64GB to 96GB. Some manufacturers have also recently introduced similar support in new BIOS versions for AMD’s 600 series motherboards.

Moreover, G.Skill had many themed mods on display at the event, attracting significant attention. One particular platform, equipped with an Intel Xeon W9-3495X processor and a W790 motherboard, was loaded with eight 48GB DDR5-6000 memory modules, bringing the total memory capacity to an astounding 384GB, with a timing of CL30-39-39-96.