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G.Skill’s Trident Z5 memory gets the Royal treatment

G.Skill's ‘Royal' series memory offered striking aesthetics and high-speeds during the DDR4 generation. We've yet to see new Trident Royal DDR5 memory, but that is changing soon. G.Skill has now unveiled Trident Z5 Royal memory kits for the first time, bringing the striking, jewel-encrusted design to a new generation.  Trident …

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G.Skill introduces new Ripjaws M5 RGB DDR5 memory series

The G.Skill Ripjaws is back. This week, G.Skill unveiled the sleek new Ripjaws M5 RGB DDR5 memory kits, offering matte black or matte white heatspreaders with an RGB lightbar on the top. At 41mm tall, these DDR5 memory modules should be friendly for use with most CPU coolers.  The Ripjaws …

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Adata XPG introduces new Lancer DDR5 and Spectrix DDR4 memory kits

Adata XPG has recently announced the release of various new memory modules. Starting with DDR5 memory, there are the new Lancer Blade, Lancer Blade RGB, and Lancer RGB ROG-certified memory modules. Additionally, it also introduced new DDR4 memory modules, the Gammix D35 and Spectrix D35G. Starting with the Lancer Blade …

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AMD has an alternative to XMP 3.0 for high-speed DDR5 memory

In the weeks leading up to and during Computex, there have been many briefings, keynotes and presentations. In one presentation, MSI appears to have confirmed AMD EXPO, a new feature coming to the AM5 platform to offer improved memory speeds and compete with Intel's XMP 3.0.  The MSI presentation slide, …

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