G. Skill has released RAM Trident Z, operating at a frequency of 4600 MHz with latency CL19-23-23-43
The company’s product range has expanded G. Skill memory modules Trident Z running on the effective frequency 4600 MHz (DDR4-4600).
As the company claims, before such frequencies were achievable only during extreme overclocking. Now buyers get serial modules with a very high frequency and delays CL19-23-23-43 operating at a voltage of 1.5 V.
Will initially be available only to a set of two modules of 8 GB each. There is a choice of silver and black options for the design of radiators. New modules support Intel XMP 2.0 and is focused primarily on platform Intel X299.
In selling new items will appear at the end of September, but the price is still unknown.