GeIL have been busy lately, with recently releasing their Super Luce RGB memory range and now annoucing that the EVO X ROG-certified RGB Gaming memory that features ASUS ROG certification will be added to their range. This collaboration between ASUS ROG and GeIL signifies the innovation and dedication by both companies to deliver high-performance innovative hardware dedicated for enthusiasts.
Available in dual or quad-channel DDR4-3000MHz kits, when paired with certain ASUS ROG motherboards this allows for automatic performance boost mode that allows for extreme performance. ASUS AURA lighting control app allows for synchronization of RGB LED illumination and when paired with ASUS ROG motherboard, graphics card and other RGB UI compatible components, gives users the ultimate illumination experience.
If you're like me, you've been waiting for the perfect - and massive, DDR4 memory kit for your AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPU. G.SKILL has now unleashed its new Trident Z RGB memory kit, which is fully optimized for AMD Ryzen, and Threadripper platforms.
G.SKILL's new Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kits arrive in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB kits. G.SKILL has its current Trident Z RGB kits with an 'X' at the end of their model numbers, so you can see the difference between the current models on the market. We have varying clock speeds, with:
G.SKILL's use of a solid metal heat sink with brushed aluminum textures will keep the DDR4 RAM cool, while looking like it's worth a million bucks. G.SKILL won't have its new Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kits for Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper until next month.
GeIL today announced the Super Luce RGB Lite DDR4 memory range. If you're a fan of GeIL products, you may remember that GeIL have recently released the Super Luce RGB Sync variant. These modules are practically identical with only a few subtle differences.
There is no software support for The Super Luce RGB Lite, this means you can't customize your RGB LED settings and are locked with the manufactures preset lighting. The Super Luce RGB Sync supported a cable that connected to your motherboard, allowing customization via software.
As for performance, as expected they're identical. Both feature single and dual-channel kits up to 32GB (2x16GB), speeds of DDR4-2133MHz to DDR4-3200MHz and are available in black and white finish. Backed with lifetime warranty, GeIL also offer AMD variants of the Super Luce RBG line up for those AMD Ryzen builds.
Corsair today revealed its new high-performance Vengeance DDR4-4600 RAM kits, keeping up with competitor frequencies for enthusiast users.
Corsair's new Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM kits come with 2x8GB modules clocked at 4600MHz frequencies, and was co-developed with ASRock for use with the company's X299 OC Formula motherboard. The modules feature full support for Intel's XMP 2.0 platform and its high-end Core X-Series processors.
These high-performance RAM kits feature CL19-26-26-46 timings at 1.5V and are optimized for enthusiasts and overclockers alike. The kits will be quite pricey: MSRP for the 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-4600 kits sits at a hefty $549 and will be available on September 21, whereas the 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-4500 kits sit at $479 and are available now. Corsair's Vengeance LPX RAM also features a lifetime limited warranty.
Golden Emperor International Ltd have announced a new series for their gaming memory range, the Super Luce RGB Sync series. GeIL are one of the one of the world's leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers and with the announcement of the Super Luce RGB Sync series, only strengthens their position in the market.
These DDR4 dual-channel kits feature clock speeds of 2133MHz to 3200MHz, in addition to the mandatory RGB illumination for certified gaming credentials that is perfectly supported by the ASUS AURA lighting control app. The Super Luce RGB Sync Series is also available in AMD edition modules that have been verified across many AM4 motherboards and AMD Ryzen processors.
Available now, you can get more information from there website.
ADATA has just unveiled its latest kit of DDR4 memory, debuting the XPG SPECTRIX D40 RGB DDR4 kit, and yes - it features glorious RGBs.
ADATA's new XPG SPECTRIX D40 RGB DDR4 kit comes in speeds of between 2400MHz and 4000MHz, making it perfect for your new enthusiast/high-end gaming PC, including the new X299 chipset from Intel. SPECTRIX D40 adds in that RGB awesome sauce on top of the DDR4 RAM being available at up to 4000MHz, making it perfect for those who need it super-fast, but not want to lose out on looks.
The XPG team worked with Intel to make sure the new SPECTRIX D40 was ready for X299, with the SPECTRIX D40 SPD (serial presence detect) settings work with Intel XMP 2.0, making sure that the RAM is running at their intended clock speeds, and not lower due to no XMP 2.0 support. ADATA has also used 10-layer PCBs, two ounces of pure copper and heat sinks made from aluminum alloy. This isn't a half-baked DDR4 kit, that's for sure.
You can also use the new ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D40 with ASUS Aura Sync, lightning up your entire system (if you have the right parts) beautifully.
G.SKILL just don't stop with their lust for taking over the RAM market, announcing their new quad-channel DDR4 kit designed for Intel's next-gen Skylake-X CPUs and the new X299 platform.
We now have G.SKILL's latest flagship 64GB Trident Z DDR4-4200 in quad-channel with 4 x 16GB DIMMs, while there's a dual-channel Trident Z DDR4-4400 Black series, ready for the new Kaby Lake-X processors. Samsung is providing their 20nm 8Gb DDR4 DRAM modules, available in 3600, 3733, 3800, 4000, and 4200MHz, with voltages from 1.35V to 1.4V.
The faster Trident Z kits have higher latencies of up to CL19 on DDR4-4200, while the slower kits will have their latencies at CL16. G.SKILL loves RGB LEDs, so there are two variants of X299 ready DDR4: Trident Z, and Trident Z RGB.
G.SKILL are constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible with DDR4 overclocking, so it comes as no surprise that they've hit a massive milestone: 5.5GHz on DDR4.
The new 5.5GHz barrier was reached with Intel's fresh X299 chipset and their new Core i7-7740K processor, with G.SKILL's TridentZ DDR4 RAM, with the MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC motherboard used by Taiwanese overclocker Toppc. The RAM in question used Samsung's impressive 8Gb ICs which were pushed to their limits, with Toppc hitting 5GHz on a Skylake-based Core i5-6600K last year.
G.SKILL Corporate Vice President Tequila Huang said: "DDR4 5.5GHz has been our next target after we achieved DDR4 5GHz last year. We are extremely excited to finally make it happen together with Samsung components, MSI X299 motherboard, and Intel Core X-series processor. We are seeing amazing overclocking potential for these newly released hardware and we believe that more overclocking benchmark records will be achieved very soon by professional overclockers worldwide".
Overclockers have now pushed G.SKILL's high-performance RAM to the 5.5GHz barrier, setting a new world record for highest DDR4 RAM frequency speeds.
G.SKILL today announced that renowned Taiwanese overclocker Toppc has pushed its premium DDR4 RAM to 5.5GHz with liquid nitrogen cooling. Toppc and G.SKILL now hold the world record for DDR4 RAM speeds and the milestone has been validated by HWBOT.
"DDR4 5.5GHz has been our next target after we achieved DDR4 5GHz last year. We are extremely excited to finally make it happen together with Samsung components, MSI X299 motherboard, and Intel Core X-series processor," says Tequila Huang, Corporate Vice President, G.SKILL International. "We are seeing amazing overclocking potential for these newly released hardware and we believe that more overclocking benchmark records will be achieved very soon by professional overclockers worldwide."
Computex 2017 - G.SKILL today announced a high-speed memory breakthrough at the showfloor in Taipei, Taiwan by hitting DDR4-4800 speeds with its 16GB TridentZ kits--and breaking the DDR4-4000 threshold with its RGB memory.
Armed with Intel's new high-end Core X series of processors and X299 chipset motherboards, G.SKILL was able to push its 16GB (8GB x 2) DDR4 kits to an amazing 4800MHz with CL19-19- 19-39 timings. This inches G.SKILL even closer to the DDR4-5000 mark without liquid nitrogen cooling. The demo leveraged an Intel Core X-Series processor and a ASRock X299 OC Formula motherboard.
G.SKILL also pushed its new RGB memory beyond DDR4-4000, too: the company pushed its ultra-high capacity 64GB (8GB x 8) Trident Z RGB DDR4 RAM kit to an impressive DDR4-4200MHz with CL19-21-21-41 timings, again using Intel's new Core X-Series processors and an ASUS Prime X299-Deluxe motherboard.