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G.Skill continues its trek towards pushing the limits for DDR4 memory technology for both Intel and AMD platforms. We've seen a number of high-speed memory kits from the hardware company over the past few months, and the latest are new extreme low-latency 32GB memory kits that can be used with the latest Intel Core and AMD Ryzen processors. The kits are rated at DDR4-4000 with timings of CL15-16-16-36 and include four Trident Z modules (4 x 8GB) using Samsung B-die ICs. G.Skill points out that its previous latency "floor" was CL17. According to the company, it validated these new modules using an Intel Core i7-9700K octa-core processor and an MSI MEG Z390 ACE motherboard. Switching... Read more...
For the average user, 32GB of RAM is a lot (the sweet spot is generally considered to be half as much). Be that as it may, G.Skill is introducing a handful of new high capacity, high performance DDR4 memory kits consisting of multiple 32GB modules, offering a total capacity of up to a whopping 256GB. That might even be enough to satiate Chrome! It's certainly brag-worthy, though whether or not 256GB of system memory makes sense depends entirely on what kinds of things you are doing. For gaming, 256GB is excessive and not worth the cost (those dollars could be better spent on a high end GPU). But for heavy content creation or certain workstation chores, like running multiple virtual machines,... Read more...