G.Skill today announced its new top-of-the-range DDR4 RAM kit, and these are the Trident Z Royal Elite, which maintain the design inspired by a jewel although this time in a 3D pattern sculpted entirely from a single piece of aluminum. Each Trident Z Royal Elite heatsink is painstakingly chiseled with 76 faces to lend the ultimate luxury aesthetic to any PC build.

The Trident Z Royal Elite modules will be available in gold or silver with iconic RGB light bar embedded in a crystal patterned piece.

Trident Z Royal Elite

In terms of specifications, the G.Skill Trident Z Royal Elite use high-performance chips, so the top-of-the-range model is capable of reaching 5333 MHz with a latency CL22 -32-32-52 @ 1, 6v that comes in the form of 16 GB capacity Dual Channel kit.

Below we have models at 5066 MHz CL20-30-30-50 @ 1.6v; 4800 MHz CL19-28-28-48v; 4266 MHz CL16-19-19-39 / 19-26-26-46 @ 1.5v; 4000 MHz CL16-19-19-39 / CL18-22-22-42 @ 1.4v; and at 3600 MHz CL16-19-19-39 @ 1.35v. For now, we don’t have details about their availability in the market and the prices at which they will arrive.

G.Skill Trident Z Royal Elite Specifications

Data Rate Primary Timings Voltage Capacity
DDR4-5333 22-32-32-52 1.60V 2 x 8GB
DDR4-5066 20-30-30-50 1.60V 2 x 8GB
DDR4-4800 19-28-28-48 1.50V 2 x 8GB
DDR4-4266 16-19-19-39 1.50V 2 x 16GB, 2 x 32GB
DDR4-4266 19-26-26-46 1.50V 2 x 16GB
DDR4-4000 16-19-19-39 1.40V 2 x 16GB
DDR4-4000 18-22-22-42 1.40V 2 x 32GB
DDR4-3600 16-19-19-39 1.35V 2 x 8GB, 2 x 16GB, 4 x 16GB
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