G.SKILL has always been pushing the extreme limits of the latest computing platforms with its memory kits and they’ve recently announced an array of new DDR4-5000MHz with 8GB and 16GB memory modules, as well as DDR4-4400 with high-capacity 32GB modules specially tailored for the new 10th Gen Intel Core processors¬†and Z490 chipset motherboards.

Memory capacity has come a long way, where a 64GB kit used to require 8 memory modules. Now, 64GB is achievable with two high-density 32GB modules, and G.SKILL shows that a massive capacity 32GBx2 kit is capable of an incredible DDR4-4400 with CL19-26-26-46 timings.

These kits have been stress-tested on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII FORMULA motherboard with an Intel Core i7-10700K processor and the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII APEX with an Intel Core i9-10900K processor, achieving an astounding result on each as shown in the following screenshots.

The DDR4-4400 16GBx2 Low-Latency CL17 Challenge

Pushing the extreme limits of low latency at high-frequency speed, G.SKILL validates a 16GBx2 kit at DDR4-4400 with an extremely low latency of CL17-18-18-38 timings on the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII EXTREME motherboard and an Intel Core i9-10900K processor.

Breaching DDR4-5000 Across the Board

DDR4-5000 is a major memory frequency milestone, and on the latest Intel Z490 chipset platform, G.SKILL has successfully reached this DDR4-5000 CL19 landmark achievement with 8GBx2 capacity on motherboards from multiple vendors, including the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XII APEX, ASRock Z490 AQUA, and MSI MEG Z490 GODLIKE motherboards running with Intel Core i9-10900K and i9-10900KF processors.

Raising the bar of running DDR4-5000 to the next capacity level, the screenshot below shows a kit of DDR4-5000 CL19-26-26-46 16GBx2 stress testing with an Intel Core i9-10900K.

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