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G.Skill’s latest DDR5 memory modules make significant latency improvements

Just a few weeks ago, G.Skill revealed the lowest latency DDR5 kit to date, offering CL34 timings. Development on DDR5 has been moving fast and G.Skill has already managed to out-do itself, offering the first DDR5 XMP-spec modules with under CL30 latency. 

Today, G.Skill is launching the new DDR5-5600 CL28 64GB and 32GB memory kits. Both offer CL28-34-34-89 timings, a new low for DDR5 latency. You will find CL28 kits under the Trident Z5 RGB, Trident Z5 and Ripjaws S5 series, designed for the Z690 motherboard platform and the latest Intel 12th Gen Core processors.

In the gallery above you will find the validation screenshot for the DDR5-5600 CL28 64GB DDR5 kit, running on a system with a Core i7-12700K and an ASUS ROG Maximum Z690 Hero motherboard.

These DDR5 memory modules will be available starting this month. Recently, G.Skill also launched its first DDR5 SO-DIMM memory modules for laptops and small form factor PCs.

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