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G.Skill showcases 5066MHz memory kit at Computex

The world's fastest dual-channel memory kit

G.Skill showcases 5066MHz memory kit at Computex

G.Skill showcases 5066MHz memory kit at Computex

G.Skill has showcased what they are calling the "world's fastest" dual channel memory kit, offering speeds of 5066MHz using Samsung 8Gb memory ICs, surpassing 5GHz on what will become a commercial memory kit.  

This extreme memory kit was shown on an MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard with an Intel i7 8700K processor, operating at the G.Skill booth with timings of CL 21-26-26-54, which are pretty low timings considering the insane speeds offered by this memory kit.  

Moving down to lower memory speeds, the company has decided to create a kit with the "Ultimate Combination of Frequency and timings", delivering a 4800MHz memory kit with CL 17-17-17-37 timings. This kit is based on Samsung B-Die memory and showcases the lowest latencies possible at such a high frequency. This kit was demoed on an ASUS ROG Maximus X APEX motherboard. 

G.Skill showcases 5066MHz memory kit at Computex  

Moving away from Intel platforms, G.Skill has also showcased a high-speed 4,000MHz memory kit running on an AMD Ryzen-based system, showcasing the memory overclocking benefits offered by X470 and Ryzen 2nd Generation processors. 

This kit users timings of CL 18-22-22-42, which are a lot more slack than the faster 4800MHz kit that we mentioned above. 

G.Skill showcases 5066MHz memory kit at Computex  

If G.Skill wanted to show anything at Computex, it was that they want to be known as the memory market; s top dog, delivering the fastest memory kits, extremely low timings and the ability to offer high memory speeds across both Intel and AMD CPU platforms. 

You can join the discussion on G.Skill's 5066MHz memory kits on the OC3D Forums

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07-06-2018, 05:06:45

NeverBackDown
Wonder how Ryzen would react to a 5ghz kit.. that's if it worked of course lolQuote

07-06-2018, 06:27:45

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wonder how Ryzen would react to a 5ghz kit.. that's if it worked of course lol
It would be interesting to see what would happen in infinity fabric speed was up that much. Then again we already see diminishing returns past 3200MHz.Quote

07-06-2018, 08:12:15

Bartacus
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wonder how Ryzen would react to a 5ghz kit.. that's if it worked of course lol
LOL, of course it wouldn't work. People can barely get 3600 running on 1st gen Ryzen, myself included.Quote
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