Fastest ever 2x8GB kit running at 4,600MHz CL19
Corsair has unveiled its latest and fastest 16GB DDR4 Vengeance LPX memory kit that will work at 4,600MHz.
Running from 2933MHz to 3600MHz
Following the launch of AMD's new HEDT Ryzen Threadripper CPUs and the X399 chipset motherboards, G.Skill has announced new DDR4 specifications and expanded its Flare X series which will be Ryzen Threadripper ready.
With a single G.Skill Trident Z 8GB module
AMD has been working on optimizing memory performance on its AM4 platform and it appears it has been doing a good job as, thanks to an overclocker from Australia, DDR4 managed to finally break the 4,000 limit with Gigabyte X370 motherboard, Ryzen 5 1400 CPU and G.Skill's 8GB Trident Z DDR4 memory module.
Memory modules and kits with Samsung 8Gb ICs
G.Skill has announced new high-speed DDR4 memory specifications designed to be used with Intel's latest Core X-series CPUs and X299 chipset motherboards.
Ranging from DDR4-2133 to DDR4-3200
AMD has continued to work on updates for its Ryzen CPUs and AM4 motherboards and has posted an extended and updated compatibility of DDR4 memory modules and kits.
On MSI X299 motherboard and Intel Core i7-7740X CPU
G.Skill has been recently pushing the memory envelope hard, and with the latest DDR4 memory it has moved the frequency mark to a whole new level but today it told us that its DDR4 memory managed to break a record at 5,500MHz.
With Intel Core X-series CPU on X299 platform
G.Skill has managed to hit a rather impressive 4800MHz with its Trident Z DDR4 16GB (2x8GB) at the Computex 2017 show.
The new 16GB module for 64GB and 128GB kits
G.Skill has unveiled its newest Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kits that will use the new 16GB modules designed for Intel's X99 and Z270 platforms.
The Flare X and Fortis series DDR4 memory
Following the launch of AMD's Zen-based Ryzen 7 CPUs, G.Skill has announced two new DDR4 memory series, designed and tested specifically for the AM4 socket platform, the G.Skill Flare X and Fortis DDR4 memory series.
Shows Ryzen 7 running with DDR4-3400
There have been plenty of unconfirmed rumors recently saying that AMD's upcoming Ryzen CPUs and AM4 motherboards could have support problems with high-frequency RAM, but the latest screenshot from AMD completely debunks them.