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G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce new ultra-low latency additions to the Trident Z RGB series memory kits, starting from DDR4-4000MHz CL17-17-17-37 up to DDR4-4266MHz CL17-18-18-38 32GB (4x8GB). This is the first time in tech history that DDR4 memory kits above DDR4-4000MHz speed is available at the low CL17 timing, and with lower timings, memory kits can utilize high frequency to its fullest potential with improved memory performance. To achieve the ultra-low latency of CL17, these new memory kits are made with rigorously hand-binned, high-performance Samsung B-die DDR4 IC components.


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These awesome new low latency Trident Z RGB memory kits will be available from authorized G.SKILL distributors and dealers starting in January 2018.
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Hardware Princess
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Those won't be cheap
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My old DDR4-4000 kit can do 17-17-17-37-1T at 1.4V but it doesn't like >4000 MHz at all.

Very nice DIMMs but RGB leds on my RAM bothers me for some reason.
 

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Any risk of damaging your CPU's memory controller running your DDR4 at nearly DDR3 voltage levels?
no its fine I think max safe on intel spec sheet is 1.55v
 

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1.45v wouldn't have to much more in it. The 4400Mhz ram kits are CL19, its going to depend on your motherboard.
 
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