G.Skill Announces DDR4-4266 64GB and DDR4-4000 128GB Quad Channel Memory Memory Kits
G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce two world-class extreme speed high capacity memory kits - DDR4-4266 64GB (8x8GB) and DDR4-4000 128GB (8x16GB) for the latest Intel Core X-series processors and X299 motherboards. Both kits are equipped with high performance Samsung B-die ICs and are validated on the ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE II motherboard with the Intel Core i9-9920X and Core i7-9800X processors, respectively.
G.Skill Adds Quad Channel 8x8GB and 8x16GB Kits at 4000MHz and Above To Its Line-Up
Dedicated to developing faster overclocking memory, G.Skill is bringing 128GB capacity kits to the speed class of DDR4-4000, while maintaining a pretty decent latency of CL19-19-19-39 CAS and 1.35V low voltage. It is really good considering the capacity of the kit and is aimed at the most hard core enthusiasts building a super performance computer without compromising on performance or capacity. This kit will join the G.Skill Trident Z RGB family and has been validated on the ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE II motherboard and with the latest Intel Core i7-7820X processor. The following screenshot shows the stress test result.
In addition to the 128GB monster capacity kit, G.Skill is pushing 64GB memory capacity to the extreme speed of DDR4-4266, which is never seen before at such high capacity. This provides PC enthusiasts the ideal memory solution to build a high-performance PC for 3D rendering, multimedia editing, or other professional applications. This kit will come in the G.SKILL classic Trident Z black heatspreader and has passed stress test on the ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE II motherboard with the latest Intel Core i7-7920X processor:
Pricing And Availability
Both of these new memory kits support the latest Intel XMP 2.0 for an easy one-step memory overclocking experience, and will be available at authorized G.SKILL distribution partners in 2019 Q1.