G.SKILL Unveils DDR5 Memory For Trident Z5 Royal Lineup

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G.Skill's Luxurious Memory Series Returns!

[Press Release] G.Skill is returning with brand new DDR5 memory kits for its Trident Royal series. Thanks to a mirrored-finish heatspreader and a crystalline light bar, the new G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal embodies a luxurious design along with high-end performance.

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Such a luxurious design practically demands best-in-class performance, and the G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal provides just that. Offering up to DDR5-8400 CL40 performance with a maximum capacity of 48GB(2x24GB), the memory is well-equipped to handle anything you can throw at it.

Other configurations provide a maximum of 96GB(2x48GB) of memory, while the lighting control software adds to the overall elegance. G.Skill also confirms Intel XMP 3.0 support for these kits, providing accessible overclocking as the company prepares for launch in late May 2024.

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