G.SKILL DDR5 8800 Memory Kits Overclocking Demonstrations at Computex

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G.SKILL is displaying a range of DDR5 memory kits at Computex 2023. These kits are optimized to reach exceptional speeds on both the latest Intel and AMD platforms. 

G.SKILL's exhibit focuses on the overclocking potential of DDR5 memory. One of the highlights includes a 48GB capacity kit, configured at a DDR5-8800 speed. This kit is used in conjunction with an Intel Core i9-13900K processor and an ASUS ROG Z790 Apex motherboard. G.SKILL also promotes its Trident Z5 Neo family DDR5 memory which supports AMD EXPO memory overclocking profiles, offering a valuable option for enthusiasts constructing high-performance AMD AM5 platforms. At the event, G.SKILL presents a 192GB memory kit (48GBx4), configured at DDR5-6000 speed, working with an AMD Ryzen 9 7900X processor and an MSI MAG X670E TOMAHAWK WIFI motherboard.

A key feature of G.SKILL's presentation at Computex 2023 is the introduction of R-DIMM memory kits. These kits expand their range of overclockable memory solutions, designed to work with the newest generation of Intel Xeon W-2400X/3400X processors. To illustrate the overclocking capabilities of R-DIMM memory kits, G.SKILL exhibits a large 384GB kit (48GBx8) configured at DDR5-6000 speed, used alongside an Intel Xeon W9-3495X processor and an ASUS Pro WS W790E-SAGE SE motherboard. Another display includes a high-speed DDR5-6800 R-DIMM kit at 64GB (16GBx4), partnered with an Intel Xeon W7-2495X processor and an ASRock W790 WS motherboard. Finally, to cater to compact build configurations, G.SKILL demonstrates DDR5 SO-DIMM's overclocking potential, achieving DDR5-6400 at 32GB (16GBx2) on the Intel NUC 13 Extreme Kit NUC13RNGi9.

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