PC DDR4/5 memory often has different designs and performance depending on the brand and XMP lineup. Among various brands, G-Skill is a well-known brand for overclocking memory and general consumers by steadily releasing high-performance XMP memory.
In particular, with the full-scale distribution of Intel’s 12th generation Elder Lake, DDR5 XMP models are being released. An example of this is the high-performance model in the TRIDENT Z5 and Z5 RGB series, which were newly introduced at G-Skill.
The Trident Z5 series and additionally released models have an operating clock of 6000 MHz (PC5-48000) and are marked with RAM timing CL30. It was prepared in Roman and three papers were prepared. Here, the Trident Z5 RGB model is prepared as a 32GB dual kit consisting of two 16GB capacity two black and silver models with an operating clock of 6600MHz (PC5-52800) and RAM timing CL34, providing a total of 5 models.
The Golident Z5 RGB series, designed mainly for G-Skillt, has an outstanding appearance that won the product design category at the Red Dot Design Award 2022, Germany’s prestigious design award, in March. The streamlined, curved aluminum heatsink is lined with black and silver colored hairline finishing strips to complete the futuristic look with different textures, and a mold that intersects the lower and upper parts adds a three-dimensional effect. In addition, the RGB LED on the top is synchronized with the lighting control programs of major motherboard manufacturers.
The Trident Z5 series has no external differences from the previous Z5 RGB model, but does not have a built-in RGB LED. For users who do not need lighting effects, this is an alternative to meet the demand for a heatsink that performs an excellent appearance and efficient heat dissipation while maintaining high performance.
The G-Skill Trident Z5 and Z5 RGB series have all the various functions of DDR5 according to the platform change. First, it supports fast data access and processing time by reducing the refresh time through up to 32 banks and various group structures derived from the improvement of the bank structure according to changes in DRAM modules.
In addition, ODECC (Power Management Integrated Circuit) technology that integrates the power management function of the PC memory that was built into the existing motherboard into the memory itself, exhibits high efficiency even with low power consumption, and resolves errors in 1-bit units in real time. (On-Die Error Correction Code) technology provides data integrity.