G.Skill introduces Trident Z5 DDR5 memory. They will come to market alongside Intel Alder Lake CPUs. With a speed of up to 6400 MHz
The processors Intel Alder Lake are about to land on the market and the Taiwanese giant G.Skill he is not caught unprepared. They are the new ones Trident Z5 to take the current scene, DDR5-6400 RAM pointing to the gaming industry. Here are the details.
G.Skill Trident Z5: the new DDR5 reach 6400 MHz
The chips used for this model are always produced by Samsung, as for most of the brand’s products, at the moment we do not have precise information on full details of specifications, but we certainly know that they will be above standards. JEDEC DDR5-6400 CL46 e DDR5-4800 CL40.
So we do not know the goodness they will have pushed into overclock, although, they will probably mount Chip B-Die.
Net of this, the first Kits to be available will be bugs dual channel da 32 GB (2 x 16GB modules), with speeds of 5600 MT / s, 6000 MT / se 6400 MT / s. At the level of latencies, we respectively have values of CL36-36-36-76 e CL40-40-40-76.
The counter has a different style of the famous Royals, these try to recall the design of the classic Trident, but it is not exactly the same. Although, the final result is quite sober and not very whimsical. They are available both with and without RGB lighting, and in the Silver and Black color variants.
The Trident Z5 support all the main features of DDR5, and therefore also the profiles XMP 3.0 on Intel for automatic latency configuration. Including support a ETC (Error Control and Correction) in-chip to protect the system from electromagnetic interference induced bit flipping and, a PMIC unit (Power Management Integrated Circuit) which deals with improving the energy control of modules and strengthen signal integrity at frequencies elevate.
The price of the RAM Trident Z5 and Z5 RGB has not been disclosed at the moment, as soon as it is we will keep you updated. If you want to continue to know the latest news from the hardware world, keep following us. Greetings from TechGameWorld.com.
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