In addition to the overclocking competition currently taking place on the GSKill stand at Computex, the brand is taking advantage of the event to make a number of announcements. In particular, it is presenting a DDR5 memory kit consisting of two 24 GB memory sticks, clocked at an impressive 8800 MT/s with timings of 40-52-52-140. This allows us to evaluate the kit’s potential and give a glimpse of future DDR5 frequencies. The configuration consists of an i9-13900K and a ROG Maximus Z790 APEX motherboard.
At the same time, but on an AMD AM5 configuration, GSKill offers a 192 GB (4 x 48 GB) Trident Z5 Neo kit with EXPO profile and 6000 MT/s frequency with 38-48-48-96 timings. The kit is installed on an MSI MAG X670E Tomahawk Wifi motherboard, paired with an AMD Ryzen 9 7900X.
GSKill also highlights its kits for the Asus Pro WS W790E-SAGE SE platform, with 8 48 GB modules for a total of 384 GB running at 6000 MT/s. An overclocked 64 GB version at 6800 MT/s is also being demonstrated on an ASRock W790 WS motherboard paired with an Intel Xeon W7-2495X. See you soon for our test of the Xeon W9-3495X.