G.Skill presents DDR4 memory at 4133 MHz and 4266 MHz

G.Skill presents DDR4 memory at 4133 MHz and 4266 MHz

The Taiwanese memory maker G.Skill has aggressively pursued higher and higher DDR4 memory speeds ever since this memory standard debuted a year ago. This time G.Skill has demonstrated DDR4 memory modules that run at 4133 MHz and 4266 MHz.

The new memory comes in dual-channeled kits with 8 GB of capacity (2 x 4 GB) and belongs to the company’s TridentZ memory line. It uses air cooling only and works at 19-25-25-45 latencies  for the DDR4-4133 memory and 19-25-25-45 latencies for the DDR4-4266 memory. The memory was installed in ASRock Z170 OC Formula and ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Hero motherboards, respectively, and was tested while using a Core i7-6700K Skylake processor.

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It is unclear whether G.Skill plans to release this memory on the market and how much it will cost.

Source: G.Skill

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