G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 Memory Goes Official, Stunning Designs With Up To 8400 MTs Speeds & 48 GB Capacity

G.Skill has finally announced its Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 memory kits, offering a premium look with some really fast specs.

G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 Memory Boosts Speeds Up To 8400 MT/s In 48 GB Capacities While Looking Fantastic

Press Release: G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading brand of performance overclock memory and PC components, is excited to announce the highly anticipated Trident Z5 Royal series of high-performance overclock DDR5 memory. Featuring a mirrored-finish heat spreader in gold or silver color and a full-length crystalline light bar, the Trident Z5 Royal is the embodiment of the high-class luxury of the flagship Trident Z5 product family.

Return of the Royal Design

Trident Z5 Royal marks the return of the popular luxury-class design to the new generation of DDR5 memory the Trident Z5 design, inherits from its DDR4 predecessor the lustrous mirrored-finish heat spreader in gold or silver color and a crystalline light bar design for a magnificent display of RGB lighting. Each heat spreader is CNC-cut from aluminum and electroplated for a stunning design befitting its Royal name.

Overclocked Performance RGB Memory

Engineered for overclocked performance, the Trident Z5 Royal will be offered up to an extreme DDR5-8400 CL40 with 48GB (2x24GB) kit capacity, as well as in other specifications with kit capacities up to 96GB (2x48GB). Customizable RGB lighting is also supported through the G.SKILL Trident Z Lighting Control software or third-party motherboard lighting software.

Intel XMP 3.0 Support & Availability

The new Trident Z5 Royal series DDR5 memory kits support the latest Intel XMP 3.0 memory overclocking profile for easy memory overclocking via the motherboard BIOS and will be rolled out to G.SKILL worldwide distribution partners in late May 2024.

Note: G.Skill hasn’t shared the pricing for its Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 memory kits but expect these modules to be in the premium range.

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