G.Skill announced new DDR4-3600 memory with low latency

G.Skill announced new DDR4-3600 memory with low latency

G.Skill has presented new DDR4 memory that runs at 3600 MHz, while providing low latency. The new memory belongs to the company’s Trident Z DDR4 memory line and is available as a dual-channeled memory kit that includes two modules with a capacity of 8 GB each for a total of 16 GB RAM.

The new memory runs with latency clocks of 15-15-15-35, while most other memory that runs at 3600 MHz features latencies of 17 clocks. The memory also requires 1.35V to run properly and it fully supports Intel XMP 2.0 profiles.

The Trident Z DDR4-3600 memory will be in stores by the end of April. The price of the new memory is unknown.

Source: G.Skill

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