Computex 2018 - The Debreif & Highlights
Published: 12th June 2018 | Source: OC3D | Price: |
G.Skill achieved a lot at Computex 2018, revealing their first 5066MHz memory kit while also breaking the world memory overclocking record to reach speeds of 5543MHz under LN2 cooling. Combine this with their great out-of-the-box compatibility with AMD's Ryzen processors, and G.Skill is quickly becoming one of the most highly regarded memory manufacturers the industry.
Alongside their high-performance memory kits, G.Skill has also showcased what are easily some of the most beautiful memory DIMMs on the market, their Trident-Z Royal Edition memory modules, offering users a mirror finished on its heatsinks while providing a unique cracked glass aesthetic on the top of the memory module, providing an excellent diffuse design when combined with RGB illumination.
This G.Skill kit is the kind of memory that you could spend minutes gazing into without noticing, making it more than deserving of our Computex Exceptional Aesthetic Award. It is incredible what G.Skill has been able to achieve here with such a minimal change in visual design over their existing Trident Z offerings.
Scroll down further to hear TTL's thoughts about Computex 2018.