Manufacturer G.Skill, specializing in the production of high-performance RAM memory has just presented its new memory Trident Z RGB DDR4-3333 in a 128 GB kit for the LGA 2011-3 platform, making them the fastest RAM memory kit Of the market today and with RGB lighting that will delight the enthusiasts who want to give an extra visibility to the interior of their equipment but without losing even an ounce of the performance that provides this type of memory on that platform.
Perhaps one of the biggest advantages that has brought DDR4 RAM has been the introduction of 16 GB DIMM modules, something that has made it possible for all users to configure equipment to work or play with significant amounts Of RAM but without having to go to business platforms. This is the case with this 128GB G.Skill kit, which has been designed exclusively for the Intel LGA 2011-3 platform where the eight memory slots that incorporate the motherboards make them the perfect complement to build a station Work for programs that require huge amounts of RAM to work properly.
These new memories are destined for Intel Z270 and X99 chipsets.
G.Skill’s Trident Z RGB DDR4-3333 can deliver all the speed required by the most demanding programs in a single 64 GB (4 x 16 GB) kit for the LGA 1151 platform and the Z270 or 128 GB (8 x 16 GB) for the Intel X99 chipset. As expected for high-performance memory, they are compatible with the XMP 2.0 standard that allows overclocking of memory modules by simply selecting a parameter on the Bios of the motherboard where they are mounted.
What is a shame is that these modules are also not compatible with the AM4 platform, since now that AMD is on everyone’s lips with Ryzen and the problems that have occurred with the RAM for this platform, it would not have been wrong Which they would have done for her, too.
These new memory kits will be available for purchase throughout the month of May and will have the traditional lifetime warranty granted by this manufacturer to its modules, although it is not yet known the price they will have, although seen how the price has evolved In these last few months, cheap are not going to be, especially the 128 GB kit.
April 25, 2017
| General Tech