These DDR5s from G.Skill are the fastest in the world with low latency

These DDR5s from G.Skill are the fastest in the world with low latency

Manufacturer G.Skill was among the first to announce the arrival of its DDR5 memory for next-generation CPU platforms, and these efforts have expanded recently with the launch of a new flagship member of its Trident Z5 family. According to G.Skill, these DDR5-6600s are the fastest in the world on the market for Intel's upcoming 12th-generation Alder Lake processors.

Credit: G.SKILL The company also promises lower timings than the typical DDR5 memory, with CL36-36-36 versus the JEDEC CL40-40-40 specification. Since DDR5 latencies are normally higher than previous DDR4s, it's nice to see G.Skill is already taking a proactive approach with its Trident Z5 family. The heatsink has a brushed black aluminum accent, while the body is metallic silver (for a two-tone look) or matte black. If you opt for the RGB version of the Trident Z5 modules, you will obviously find an RGB light bar to enhance the interior of your gaming case.

Until now, G.Skill has only announced that the DDR5-6600 versions of its Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB will be available in 32GB (2 × 16GB) kits that all use Samsung ICs. The company has even posted a screenshot showing memory kit validation at full speed to back up its claims.

Credit: GSkill The new G.Skill Trident Z5 modules are entering a growing market for DDR5 memories. Just last week, the company announced modules with speeds up to DDR5-6400, and a few days ago, TeamGroup unveiled its T-Force Vulcan modules available with speeds up to DDR5-5200 (and capacities up to 2 × 32GB ).

According to the latest rumors, Intel will unveil its Alder Lake processors later this month, with a launch scheduled for early November. In addition, the Z690 motherboards will offer support for DDR5 and PCIe 5.0, both new to the consumer PC market. However, some motherboard manufacturers will give customers the option of using existing DDR4 memories as well so as not to have to buy new, and expensive, DDR5 kits.

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