G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading brand of performance overclock memory and PC components, is announcing an extreme performance DDR5 memory kit based on the latest 24GB module capacity, with a specification of DDR5-8000 CL38-48-48 at 48GB (24GBx2) under the flagship Trident Z5 RGB series, and setting a new bar for extreme overclocked memory with 24GB capacity modules.
Extreme Overclocked Memory Speed DDR5-8000 at 48GB (24GBx2)
Always exploring the limits of DDR5 memory speed, G.SKILL’s R&D team has successfully reached an astonishing DDR5-8000 CL38-48-48 at 48GB (24GBx2) kit capacity with the new 24GB capacity modules. Refer to the screenshot below to see this memory kit in action with the ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Apex motherboard and Intel® Core™ i9-13900K processor, reaching an incredible 123.76GB/s read, 120.75GB/s write, and 118.02GB/s copy speed in the AIDA64 memory bandwidth benchmark.
Availability & Intel XMP 3.0 Support
This new memory kit specification supports Intel XMP 3.0, and will roll out to G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners from April 2023.
Jad Iel ddr5 48gb holy moly
Keneth Asuncion damnn
When does the bias between high frequency and CAS latency become a problem? 38 seems excessively high compared to previous gen kits.. I’m starting to wonder if they should push for lower latency instead of higher frequency at this point…