G.Skill Announces Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits

G.Skill Announces Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits

G.Skill Announces Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits

G.Skill Announces Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits

 

G.Skill has announced their new Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits, offering some amazing memory speeds right out of the box. These new ultra fast memory DIMMs are limited to 8GB capacities, but this will be enough for most moderns systems.     

Alongside their 4266MHz kit G.Skill will also be releasing new 8GB and 16GB modules at 3200MHz and 3466MHz, offering both high speeds and memory capacities. This makes these memory modules suitable for extreme gamers, overclockers and professionals, use by offering both competitive storage densities and speeds.  

 G.Skill Announces Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits   

 

These new memory DIMMs will be released in June and will be showcased by the company at Computex on Intel's latest Z170 products with XMP 2.0 profiles. These kits have been validated on a selection of ASUS motherboards, with the

These kits have been validated on a selection of ASUS motherboards, with the ultra-fast 4266MHz kit being validated on ASUS' Maximus VIII Impact in the screenshot above. 

 

G.Skill Announces Trident Z 4266MHz DDR4 memory kits  

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18-05-2016, 11:25:48

steverebo
cant find anywhere stocking these new colour memory modules really frustrating as I want the white onesQuote

18-05-2016, 12:19:20

Wraith
As far as I can tell they will come in either brushed Aluminium or brushed Black with the standard Red tops, all other reviews I've seen point to G Skill maybe introducing the tops as accent kits. G Skills web site only lists the Red modules.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/...dimm_top_c.jpgQuote

18-05-2016, 14:46:58

NeverBackDown
The timings.. oh my that's insanely high
Probably get no benefit to that. Might be better to lower them and clockspeed? I'd like to see test for this. DDR3 was basically all clockspeed, I suspect DDR4 is too but would like confirmation..Quote

18-05-2016, 18:48:13

Kushiro
Nice. Soon enough there may even be RAM sold clocked higher than my CPU out of box Quote

19-05-2016, 03:35:11

steverebo
In the pic the heat spreaders colours are all black or all grey apposed to the grey black mix of the current onesQuote
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