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G.SKILL just made one of the best DDR4 RAM kits even better

03 Trident Z Royal Elite Mb
03 Trident Z Royal Elite Mb (Image credit: G.SKILL)

What you need to know

  • G.SKILL announced the Trident Z Royal Elite DDR4 series of memory.
  • The series features sculpted crystalline patterns, polished heatspreaders, and 8-zone RGB lighting.
  • The Trident Z Royal Elite DDR4 series of memory kits will be available worldwide in May 2021.

G.SKILL already makes some of the best DDR4 RAM for PCs in terms of both performance and looks. Now, you have yet another attractive option when it comes to G.SKILL DDR4 memory. Today, G.SKILL announced the Trident Z Royal Elite series. The series of RAM features a sculpted crystalline pattern and polished aluminum heatspreader to go along with its full-length crystalline light bar and 8-zone RGB lighting.

The G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Elite builds off of the highly-reviewed G.SKILL Trident Z Royal. The Trident Z Royal review earned a rare five-star rating from our Rich Edmonds for its gorgeous design, amazing performance, excellent lighting, and impressive speed. The new Trident Z Royal Elite looks like it should earn marks along the same lines.

The Trident Z Royal Elite ranges from DDR4-3600 to DDR4-5333. It offers 16GB (8GBx2) to 64GB (32GBx2) in kit capacity at launch.

FrequencyCL TimingVoltageKit Capacity
360016-19-19-391.35V8GBx2/16GBx2/16GBx4
400016-19-19-39
18-22-22-42
1.4V16GBx2
32GBx2
426616-19-19-39
19-28-28-48
1.5V16GBx2
16GBx4/32GBx2
480019-28-28-481.5V8GBx2
506620-30-30-501.6V8GBx2
533322-32-32-521.6V8GBx2

The Trident Z Royal Elite DDR4 memory kits will be available in May 2021 through G.SKILL's worldwide distribution partners. G.SKILL hasn't shared pricing at this time.

Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com.

1 Comment
  • I would pay more money to have a PC with no lights on it, no RGB, and no glass panel window into the box. I only care about silence and efficiency. Not wasteful flourishes. Such a shame there is barely any option for something so practical.