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G.Skill launches DDR4 5GHz memory kits for Intel Z590 and 11th Gen Core processors

With Intel launching its 11th Gen Core desktop processors today, we are also seeing an influx of new memory modules to take full advantage of the new platform. G.Skill is well known for pushing the boundaries of memory speeds and that isn’t stopping anytime soon, with the latest kits providing speeds up to 5333MHz. 

Today, G.Skill has announced six new DDR4 memory kits for the Intel Z590 chipset. At the top of the pile, we have the 16GB DDR4-5333 kit, running at 5333MHz speeds with 22-32-32-52 timings and 1.6V. If you need more capacity but don’t want to sacrifice too much speed, then the 32GB DDR4-5066 kit is available with CL20 timings.

The 5333MHz kit was validated on systems featuring an ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E Gaming WiFi, ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX and MSI MEG Z590i UNIFY motherboards and an Intel Core i9-11900K processor, as shown in the validation screenshots below:

The rest of the new memory line-up includes 16GB DDR4-4800 CL17, 32GB DDR4-4800 CL20 and 64GB DDR4-4600 CL20 under the Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB and Ripjaws V memory series’.

Each G.Skill memory kit comes with Samsung B-die ICs, which are renowned for their overclocking capability, helping to achieve 4GHz+ and 5GHz+ speeds at a range of capacities and latency timings to suit different needs. All of G.Skill’s new extreme high-speed memory kits will be available in Q2 2021.

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KitGuru Says: As usual, we’re seeing very impressive speeds from G.Skill’s latest memory kits. Are any of you planning on building a new PC in the coming months? Will you be picking up a high-speed G.Skill memory kit? 

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