G.skill Announced Ultra-Low Latency Memory

G.skill Announced Ultra-Low Latency Memory

G.Skill announced two brand new ultra-low latency DDR4-3600 memory kits. The 32GB kit seems like the perfect choice for gaming. However, the 64GB kit for memory-intensive applications like content creation.

New low latency memory kits will be rated CL14-15-15-35, matching Team Xtreem ARGB C14 kits. G.Skill will offer its ultra-low-latency kits under the Trident X Neo, Trident Z Royal, Trident Z RGB, and Ripjaws V series. And, this offers lots of options and variety for the consumers. All kits are manufactured using Samsung B-Die chips, which are fan favorite for overclocking.


G.Skill‘s new kits that perfectly meet the AMD Ryzen Zen 2 criteria will be perfect for AMD Ryzen builds. Because the new AMD Ryzen 5000 processors are reported to run best at 4,000MHz (effective). However, it’s unlikely that there will be much difference between this and the G.Skill‘s low-latency 3,600MHz kit. Similarly, Intel systems don’t care much about memory speed and latency, but still, low-latency kits generally outperform those with 1GHz + higher frequencies.

A 16GB kit is currently the preferred choice for gaming computers. However, if you want to keep your computer slightly ahead of the competition, it’s a good time to buy a 32GB kit. The higher capacity will keep you equipped for future games and memory hogs, and filling all four mainboard memory slots is truly satisfying.