G.Skill has teased its 8x 8GB Trident Z Royal kits that won't be available until at least next month. The announcement was light on details; however, we applied G.Skill's naming convention to screenshots of working modules published by G.Skill to create a specs table, which the vendor confirmed is accurate.
|Model Number||Series||Capacity||Data Rate||Timings||Expected MSRP (Not Confirmed)|
|F4-4300C19Q2-64GTRG||Trident-Z Royal (Gold)||64GB (8x 8GB)||DDR4-4300||19-19-19-39||$1,399.99|
|F4-4300C16Q2-64GTRS||Trident-Z Royal (Silver)||64GB (8x 8GB)||DDR4-4300||19-19-19-39||$1,379.99|
|F4-4000C16Q2-64GTRG||Trident-Z Royal (Gold)||64GB (8x 8GB)||DDR4-4000||16-18-18-38||$1,219.99|
|F4-4000C16Q2-64GTRS||Trident-Z Royal (Silver)||64GB (8x 8GB)||DDR4-4000||16-18-18-38||$1,199.99|
G.Skill wasn't able to comment on pricing. The prices listed above are based on current data for its Trident Z DDR4-4000 C18 (opens in new tab), the premium commanded by higher data rates and/or lower latency, the additional premium G.Skill assigns to modules with its Royal heat spreader/RGB/Diffusor package and the $20 price difference between current Gold and Silver modules. Constant changes in DRAM availability could drive the MSRP upward or downward at its actual release.
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