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G.Skill smashes 4GHz memory barrier with new 4,266MHz kit

Long gone are the days of sub-Ghz memory frequencies with earlier versions of DDR memory, but G.Skill has taken it to the next level by breaking through the 4GHz barrier with its new Trident Z kit. Offering a frequency of 4,266MHz, the new kit packs Samsung memory chips into 8GB and …

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G.Skill readies Trident Z DDR4 modules with 4.40GHz clock-rate

G.Skill is working on new Trident Z memory modules, which will hit unbelievable 4.40GHz frequency. The modules are designed for extreme enthusiasts and will be compatible with select Intel Z170-based platforms for overclockers. G.Skill’s Trident Z DDR4-4400 (PC4-35200) memory modules will feature 4GB capacity and will be based on hand-selected …

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G.Skill demonstrates 4133MHz and 4266MHz memory modules at IDF

G.Skill this week is demonstrating its upcoming DDR4 dual-channel memory kits that can run at clock-rates higher than 4GHz at the Intel Developer Forum. The company intends to start selling such products in the coming months or weeks. G.Skill is working on Trident Z-series 8GB dual-channel DDR4 memory kits that …

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G.Skill unveils world’s first 4GHz DDR4 memory modules

G.Skill International Enterprise Co., one of the globe’s leading makers of high-end memory modules, on Wednesday introduced its all-new Trident Z and Ripjaws V families of DDR4 memory modules designed for enthusiast-class systems running the latest microprocessors from Intel Corp. The most advanced Trident Z and Ripjaws V modules are …

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