Much like G.Skill's other Trident Z offerings, the new Trident Z Neo modules carry a dual-tone heat spreader with an aggressive tri-fin design, which is complemented with eight-zone RGB lighting. You can customize the lighting to your taste via G.Skill's Trident Z software or through third-party motherboard software, including Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light and ASRock Polychrome.
G.Skill has engineered the Trident Z Neo memory kits specifically for Ryzen 3000-series processors and, as a result, they come with unique CL timings for providing optimal performance for your money.
|Frequency||CL Timing||Voltage||Kit Capacity|
|DDR4-2666||18-18-18-38||1.20V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB / 2x 16GB / 4x 16GB|
|DDR4-3000||16-18-18-38||1.35V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB / 2x 16GB /4x 16GB|
|DDR4-3200||14-14-14-34||1.35V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB / 2x 16GB / 4x 16GB|
|16-18-18-38||1.35V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB / 2x 16GB / 4x 16GB|
|DDR4-3600||14-15-15-35||1.40V||2x 8GB /4x 8GB|
|16-16-16-36||1.35V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB / 2x 16GB / 4x 16GB|
|16-19-19-39||1.35V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB / 2x 16GB / 4x 16GB|
|18-18-18-38||1.20V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB|
|18-22-22-42||1.35V||2x 8GB / 4x 8GB /2x 16GB / 4x 16GB|
The Trident Z Neo memory kits are available in capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Memory speeds start from 2,666 MHz up to 3,600 MHz. The DDR4-2666 kit features CL18-18-18-38 timings and runs at 1.2V, while the DDR4-3000 kit has its timings set at Cl16-18-18-38 and operates at 1.35V.
G.Skill offers the DDR4-3200 memory kits in two flavors. The high-performance kit boasts CL14-14-14-34 timings, while the budget kit comes with CL16-18-18-38 timings. Both memory kits run at 1.35V. The DDR4-3600 memory kits, on the other hand, are available in five different presentations with timings that vary between CL14-15-15-35 and CL18-22-22-42.
G.Skill didn't reveal the pricing for the Trident Z Neo memory kits but said they will arrive on shelves this month.