G. Skill quietly Started selling 24 GB DDR5 memory module with AMD EXPO profiles for single-click overclocking. G.Skill’s Trident Z5 Neo RGB module was one of the first of his over 16GB EXPO Profile DIMMs to hit the market, and G.Skill has his kits up to 48GB (2 x 24GB) in size. It offers.
G. Skill 24 GB Trident Z5 Neo RGB Memory modules supporting the AMD EXPO profile are designed for data transfer speeds of 6000 MT/s, which is believed to be the sweet spot for AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series processors based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture. As for timings, the manufacturer recommends setting his CL40 48-48-96 to 1.35V, which is a pretty big (22%) overvoltage for DDR5 memory.
The traditional 24 GB Trident Z5 Neo RGB DIMM in G.Skill’s Trident series modules for PC hardware enthusiasts and overclockers, features an aluminum heat spreader and, as the name suggests, an addressable RGB bar It has been. Keeping in mind that these memory sticks are overvoltage and also have power management ICs and voltage regulation modules, these heat spreaders promise to come in handy.
The main selling point of G.Skill’s 24GB Trident Z5 Neo RGB module and associated 48GB Dual Channel Kit is its support for AMD’s EXPO memory technology, which allows for one overclocking profile for modules rated to operate beyond standard settings. Click to enable.
24GB DIMMs have been on the market for some time, but the first ones were targeted at Intel systems and shipped with XMP 3.0 profiles. Early media reports demonstrate some compatibility issues between these new 24GB XMP DIMMs and AMD systems, so it’s nice to have DIMMs officially tested for AMD platforms. It’s a step forward. However, most of the heavy lifting is due to the UEFI BIOS update, given the relatively novel and non-power-of-two configuration of these new DIMMs.
G.Skill’s Trident Z5 Neo RGB 48GB Dual Channel (2 x 24GB) DDR5-6000 Kit F5-6000J4048F24GX2-TZ5NR is now available from: New Egg $159.99.