The kit itself features two 16GB modules working at 6,000MHz with 40-40-40-76 latency. Gigabyte was keen to note that this kit, in combination with Gigabyte Z690 AORUS motherboards, will get the "DDR5 XMP Booster" feature, which detect the brand of memory IC in the BIOS setting to allow users to choose from multiple built-in memory overclocking profiles.
The new AORUS RGB DDR5 6,000MHz 32 GB memory kit modules use copper-aluminum heat spreaders with nano-carbon coating and a high-conductivity thermal pad. It comes with 8 digital LEDs for lighting, which are supported by Gigabyte's RGB Fusion App.
Unfortunately, Gigabyte did not reveal any information about the price or the availability date.