G.SKILL's new flagship DDR5 memory Trident Z5 Neo is on the shelves

At the end of last month, G.SKILL launched the Trident Z5 Neo series and Flare X5 series DDR5 memory specially designed for the latest AMD Ryzen 7000 series processor platform. Now, the Trident Z5 Neo has been listed on JD.com. The 32GB (16Gx2) DDR5-6000 is priced at 2099 yuan and is temporarily out of stock.

According to reports, this series of memory uses carefully selected high-performance ICs and high-grade materials and is equipped with AMD's new EXPO (EXtended Profiles for Overclocking) memory overclocking technology for overclocking DDR5 modules. Users can turn on the EXPO function in the BIOS of the motherboard and match the motherboard and CPU with the overclocking memory to run the memory at the officially marked overclocking speed.

AMD has now officially released the DDR5 overclocking technology EXPO. According to AMD, with the support of this technology, 1080p game performance can be improved by up to 11%, and DDR5 memory latency can be reduced to 63ns.

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