G.Skill announced its new family of high performance DDR4 memory kit, the Trident Z at a frequency of 4333 MHz with CL19-19-19-39 latencies running under a voltage of 1.40v. It will arrive in the form of a unique kit of 16 GB of capacity conformed by two modules of 8 GB (2x 8GB).

G.Skill Trident Z @ 4333 MHz Memory Kit

Obviously, this new memory kit is intended to be used on an Intel platform, where the company recommends using the Intel Z270 (LGA1151) platform in order to reach a writing speed of 65 Gbps in a Dual Channel configuration.

The company also indicated that the Overcockers will see this memory with very good eyes, because thanks to the use of memory chips of high quality, chosen by hand, next to an Intel Core i5-7600K processor and Asus ROG Maximus IX motherboard Apex, they already managed to make the memory kit reach a stable frequency of 4505 MHz maintaining latencies CL19-19-19-39, thus achieving a bandwidth which translates into a read speed of 55 GB / s, a writing speed of 65 GB / s and a copy speed of 52 GB / s (on Dual Channel). Not a single word about price.