The Taiwanese company demonstrated DDR4-4800MHz CL19 16GB (2x8GB) and DDR4-4500MHz CL19 32GB (4x8GB). Both kits are built with Samsung DDR4 B-die ICs and provide the fastest XMP speed of each capacity configuration.
Engineered for maximum overclocking, the DDR4-4800MHz memory kit is the fastest XMP speed available. The following screenshot shows the kit running stable on the latest ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI GENE motherboard based on the Intel Z390 chipset:
In addition to the extremely high-speed memory kit, G.SKILL also raises the frequency limit on 32GB (4x8GB) capacity configurations to a staggering DDR4-4500MHz.
The company is also launching the Trident Z RGB DC series DDR4 64GB (32GBx2) memory kits. Utilizing the latest Double Capacity DIMM technology developed with ASUS, the Trident Z RGB DC series DDR4 memory is able to provide double the maximum capacity of DDR4 UDIMM modules on select ASUS Z390 chipset motherboards.
Up until now, 16 DRAM ICs per module was the maximum quantity of memory chips on standard UDIMM memory solutions. G.SKILL and the ASUS ROG team developed a new customized PCB solution that doubles per module capacity to 32 DRAM ICs. This increases memory density up to 32GB per module with current 8Gb DRAM components. The Trident Z RGB DC memory modules stand taller than the classic Trident Z RGB modules in order to accommodate the increased number of DRAM chips, while maintaining the Trident Z design and the customizable RGB functionality through the same lighting control software, as well as the ASUS Aura Sync software.
The Double Capacity UDIMM technology in the Trident Z RGB DC series memory kits is only supported on the three latest ASUS Z390 chipset motherboards: ROG Z390 MAXIMUS XI APEX, ROG Maximus XI Gene, and ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING.
The Trident Z RGB DC series uses Samsung B-die ICs to deliver overclocking speeds of up to DDR4-3200MHz at CL14 timings, even with 64GB large capacity kits. Supporting Intel XMP 2.0 profiles for a trouble-free overclocking experience, the following chart shows the available specifications at launch: