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G.SKILL releases ultra-low latency 64GB DDR5 memory: the world’s first for CL28

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G.SKILL releases ultra-low latency 64GB DDR5 memory: the world’s first for CL28



 

G.SKILL releases ultra-low latency 64GB DDR5 memory: the world’s first for CL28


G.SKILL released a DDR5 memory package that not only has large capacity, high frequency, but also super low timing delay, bringing the CL28 specification to DDR5 for the first time.

 

The new memory covers the three series of Chi Fantastic Trident Z5 RGB, Hyun Fengji Trident Z5, and Flame Blade Ripjaws S5 , the highest frequency is 5600MHz, the maximum capacity is 64GB (2×32GB), and the timing is controlled to 28-34-34-89 —— You know, the timing corresponding to the default standard frequency DDR5-4800 is CL40.

 

In addition, the frequency can also be 5200MHz, the capacity can also be 32GB (2×16GB), and the timing can also be 28-34-34-83.

 

They all support Intel XMP 3.0 technology, just enable XMP in the motherboard BIOS to run above the nominal specifications.

 

The DDR5-5600 CL28 64GB set has passed the burn-in test on the 12th generation Core i7-12700K processor and ROG MAXIMUS Z690 HERO motherboard, and it is very stable.

 

G.SKILL releases ultra-low latency 64GB DDR5 memory: the world's first for CL28 G.SKILL releases ultra-low latency 64GB DDR5 memory: the world's first for CL28

 

 

At the same time, G.SKILL also released new flame blade Ripjaws DDR5 SO-DIMM memory for high-end gaming notebooks, with a variety of specifications available, the highest frequency is 5200MHz, the timing is only 38-38-38-83, and the capacity is single or double 16GB.

 

At the same time, there are standard DDR5-4800, CL34, 38, 40 three timings, single and double 16GB or 32GB.

 

They all use carefully selected high-quality IC particles, with G.SKILL’s exclusive R&D technology, rigorous verification process, and excellent performance and stability.

 

The above new memories will be listed in succession from May.

 



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