G.Skill RAMs, which offer CL 16 latency as standard, will be sold in three different series at 4000 and 4400 MHz speeds.
G.Skill has launched the 4000 MHz and 4400 MHz memory kits with low latency values. The new memories will be included in the brand’s Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB and Ripjaws V series.
The company uses Samsung B-die integrated circuits (ICs) to achieve low timings in its new DDR4-4400 and DDR-4000 products. Basic timings in RAMs are set as 16-19-19-39 regardless of frequency.
DDR4-4400 memory requires a DRAM voltage of 1.5V, while DDR4-4000 memory kits run at 1.4V. Low voltage 4000 MHz memory can be overclocked, but what levels can be increased will vary depending on the system configuration.
However, the new generation memory offers 16 GB (2 × 8 GB) and 32 GB (2 × 16 GB) capacity options. In addition, memory kits are compatible with Intel XMP 2.0 and it is possible to make frequency adjustments with a single click on platforms that allow it. As with other G.Skill products, the manufacturer backs memory kits with a limited lifetime warranty.