- Tram Ho
As the time to launch the 12th generation Intel Core is getting closer, G.SKILL once again embraces technology when launching the latest generation of the famous Trident Z RAM series. The name Trident Z5 with DDR5 memory technology is set to distinguish it from the current Trident Z DRR4 series on the market. At the time of launch, Trident Z5 will have 2 variants: normal Z5 and Z5 RGB.
Shaped as the most advanced RAM line for its entry-level computers, the Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB use carefully selected Samsung memory chips to achieve DDR5-6400 speeds at the same speed. ultra-low latency CL36-36-36-76, even with 16GBx2 RAM kits.
If you are a person who cares a little about technical factors, you will probably not be too familiar with Samsung B-die DDR4 memory chips with outstanding overclocking capabilities. Compared to the standard specifications of DDR5-4800 CL40, it can be seen that G.SKILL has soon pushed the limits of the latest generation of memory chips.
Not only is the “wine” new, but the “jar” of the Trident Z5 is also new. The heatsink is completely new designed with many curves, inspired by supercars, Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB are dotted with a scratched aluminum line on a gray or black aluminum shell.
Above is a glossy black plastic bar with Trident Z5 and clear plastic for RGB LEDs to pass through on the Trident Z5 RGB version.
G.SKILL Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB will be available globally in November 2021, corresponding to the 12th generation Intel Core CPUs. At launch, the Trident Z5 RAM series will be available. only 16GBx2 kit with CL clock and latency configurations as shown in the table below.
Source : Genk