Your Highness: G.Skill Trident Z Royal, Bling Factor 11by Anton Shilov on November 20, 2018 5:30 PM EST
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G.Skill this week has officially introduced its Trident Z Royal family of memory modules. This memory featuring crystalline light bars with RGB lighting and polished heat spreaders. The modules will be available at various speed bins with a maximum data transfer rate of up to DDR4-4600.
Taken at Computex on pre-production design
G.Skill’s Trident Z Royal memory modules will feature 8 GB and 16 GB capacities and will be available in dual-channel and quad-channel kits. The product family will include DDR4-3000, DDR4-3200, DDR4-3600, DDR4-4000, DDR4-4266, DDR4-4400, and DDR4-4600 speed bins at 1.35 V, 1.4 V, 1,45 V and 1.5 V. Being aimed at enthusiasts and overclockers, G.Skill’s Trident Z Royal will rely on the company’s PCBs designed in house.
|G.Skill's Trident Z Royal Memory Kits|
|DDR4-3000||CL16 18-18-38||1.35 V||8 GB×2
|DDR4-3200||CL14 19-19-39||8 GB×2
|CL16 18-18-38||8 GB×2
|DDR4-3600||CL16 18-18-36||8 GB×2
|CL19 20-20-40||8 GB×2
|DDR4-4000||CL17 17-17-37||8 GB×2
|CL19 19-19-39||16 GB×2|
|DDR4-4266||CL19 19-19-39||1.40 V||8 GB×2|
|DDR4-4400||CL18 19-19-39||8 GB×2|
|CL18 22-22-42||1.50 V||8 GB×4|
|DDR4-4600||CL18 22-22-42||1.45 V||8 GB×2|
The key feature of the Trident Z Royal memory modules is crystalline RGB lightbar with multiple lighting zones as well as polished silver or gold heat spreaders. Since the lightbar is unique, G.Skill will provide a special software to control it. The program will be available for download from G.Skill’s website once the modules hit the market.
G.Skill plans to start selling its Trident Z Royal memory modules in December, but as usual the company does not pre-announce pricing. One thing for sure is that the Trident Z Royal memory modules will carry a premium price tag because of the unique design.
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Dragonstongue - Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - linklikely will cost quite a bit, BUT, if used in just the right case (like those inwin infinity cases) these would like amazing, surprised they do not have DDR4 @2666-2800 options (with extreme low latency to command an even more "premium" not just on the fancy RGB) double surprise why they did not seem to target tight timings overall but more of a "mid range" type timing for the speed given (example would be 14-14-14-36 or 15-15-15-38 type deal) how very odd ^.^
Now they need to do the same with case fans, not that I am at all a fan of RGB but I suppose if I was, these would be right up my alley as they are anything but "standard" solid color types, with just the right case these would "steal the show" thinking mirrors to bounce the light around or smoke to show it off O.o
Chaitanya - Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - linkThey sure are expensive but for people doing showcase builds price is a secondary consideration anyways.
PeachNCream - Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - linkReal men buy glitter RAM! Imaginary men and anyone that isn't a biological man...they can just kiss my Sparkle-Brite-Rainbow DIMMs!
Diji1 - Wednesday, November 21, 2018 - linkDoesn't look tacky at all.