The new 16GB module for 64GB and 128GB kits
G.Skill has unveiled its newest Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kits that will use the new 16GB modules designed for Intel's X99 and Z270 platforms.
The Flare X and Fortis series DDR4 memory
Following the launch of AMD's Zen-based Ryzen 7 CPUs, G.Skill has announced two new DDR4 memory series, designed and tested specifically for the AM4 socket platform, the G.Skill Flare X and Fortis DDR4 memory series.
Shows Ryzen 7 running with DDR4-3400
There have been plenty of unconfirmed rumors recently saying that AMD's upcoming Ryzen CPUs and AM4 motherboards could have support problems with high-frequency RAM, but the latest screenshot from AMD completely debunks them.
Brings tighter latencies
G.Skill has announced its new DDR4 memory specifications designed for Intel's new 7th generation Core processors and Z270 motherboards, which will be a part of its well-known Trident Z series.
Coming at CES 2017
Corsair will be following the recent trend of including RGB LEDs on almost every piece of computer hardware by launching its new Vengeance RGB DDR4 memory that will probably be announced at the CES 2017 show.
Full-length light bar
G.Skill has announced its newest Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory modules and kits that will combine a full-length RGB light bar with its recognizable Trident Z heatspreader design.
Four 16GB modules running at 3600MHz
G.Skill has announced its latest and fastest Trident Z DDR4 64GB (4x16GB) memory kit working at 3600MHz with CL17 latency.
Limited Edition numbered kits in Chrome and Blackout finish
Corsair has announced its new Dominator Platinum Special Edition DDR4 memory kits that will be available in a limited edition and two versions, with mirror finish Chrome and brushed aluminum Blackout heatsinks.
Raises the bar on DDR4 memory
G.Skill is pushing DDR4 memory limits even further as it released its newest 32GB Trident Z memory kit working at 3866MHz.
DDR4 hits 5189.2MHz
G.Skill was quite proud to note that its memory has managed to break a total of 12 overclocking records in 8 different benchmarks during Computex 2016 show, with DDR4 memory hitting impressive 5189.2MHz.