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G.Skill’s new DDR4 memory for Intel’s Core X CPUs feature quicker cycles and a new all-black design

By John Law & Koh Wanzi - on 29 Jun 2017, 9:45am

G.Skill’s new DDR4 memory for Intel’s Core X CPUs feature quicker cycles and a new all-black design

Image source: G.Skill.

G.Skill has announced new high-speed DDR4 memory designed for Intel’s X299 chipset and its Core X processors, featuring tighter timings and capacities up to 128GB.

The new kits are part of G.Skill’s new Trident Z Black series, which falls under the company’s Trident Z RGB line-up. These memory modules feature all-black heatsinks with a brushed metal finish, a look that will go wonderfully with the RGB lighting coursing along at the top.

The only exception is the DDR4-4200 kit, which doesn’t offer RGB lighting and operates at 1.40V, compared to 1.35V for the rest of the kits.

The Trident Z Black modules range from 3,600MHz to 4,200MHz and are available in 4x 8GB, 8x 8GB, 4x 16GB, and 8x 16GB capacities.

Here’s a table with all the kits announced so far and their timings:

Image source: G.Skill.

There's no word yet on availability or price.