G.Skill at this time declared some new 32GB RAM gears with capacities starting from 64GB in dual-module kits to 256GB in gears with eight DIMMs. The best feature about these modules is that they take very low timings for their capacities, which means they must offer each high-capacity and snappy memory at once after they arrive in the first quarter of 2020.
The gears are outed in a handful of lines, the Trident Z RGB, Trident Z Royal, in addition to the Trident Z Neo lines, so there will probably be plenty of options.
The 32GB modules will run at 3,200 MHz DDR4 speeds with CL14 timings. More pacifically, the CL timings are CL14-18-18-38. G.Skill has confirmed these clocks and timings on the newest Intel and AMD HEDT (high-end desktop) platforms, in addition to AMD’s mainstream X570 platform, which does not at all times happen at the efficiency limits.
It must be noted although that G.Skill is famous for pushing its modules to their full limits with its testing, so it’s better to hold off on putting any numbers on real-life efficiency until people use it.
The chipmaker has not disclosed prices yet.