G.Skill launches Trident Z Royal RAM with gold and crystal design

G.Skill Trident Z Royal RGB Gold
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Today G.Skill introduced the Trident Z Royal memory. The design is very extravagant with a crystal element and reflective gold and silver.

Trident Z Royal: G.Skill makes Trident Z even more eye-catching

G.Skill is probably one of the most popular manufacturers of RAM at the moment. The company scores not only with high-quality products, but above all with a very unusual design. The G.Skill Trident Z RGB modules are known to practically every PC enthusiast and have set something like a standard for the RGB lighting of RAM.

With the Trident Z Royal modules, the Taiwanese company has today presented an even more striking variant. The modules have already been exhibited at Computex 2018. The name already tells us that it’s a very exclusive design. The mounted heatspreader is designed in reflective gold or silver color. The well-known RGB attachment is crystalline and reminds of crown jewels.

The modules have already been exhibited at Computex 2018. In name, of course, this is a very exclusive design. The mounted heatspreader, for example, is in reflective gold or silver. The well-known RGB attachment is crystalline and reminds of crown jewels.

Eight RGB zones and high speeds

The Trident Z Royal modules also have RGB lighting beneath the crystals. This has been redesigned by G.Skill and now uses eight RGB zones instead of six. This will create even more beautiful RGB effects. The attached crystal refracts the light much more spectacularly than the standard version of the Trident Z series. G.Skill is also relying on Samsung’s B-Dies for the memory. The kits are available with clock rates from 3,000 up to 4,600 MHz. The smallest kit starts at 16 gigabytes, G.Skill delivers kit sizes of up to 128 gigabytes. With XMP 2.0 the automatic overclocking via profile is also supported.

The G.Skill Trident Z Royal series is due to be launched worldwide in December 2018 to be in time for Christmas. G.Skill doesn’t name any prices yet. However, these are likely to be significantly higher than those of the normal Trident Z or Trident Z RGB series.

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