The Trident Z5 Neo and Flare X5 are coming

G.SKILL has announced two new lines of DDR5 memory, the Trident Z5 Neo (RGB and otherwise) and Flare X5, designed for the new AMD Ryzen 7000 processors and 600 series motherboards.

Programmed with AMD EXPO technology and built with hand-selected ICs, the Trident Z5 Neo and Flare X5 allow PC enthusiasts, gamers and overclockers to make the most of the potential of the new AM5 platform, simply by enabling their profiles in the BIOS of future motherboards.

The heatsink design maintains the iconic matte black powder-coated with a brushed aluminum insert of the same color, to perfectly match the color schemes of the most popular premium motherboards.

Staying true to the Neo design, the CNC-machined strips along the flanks give the look of the heatsink an additional metallic sheen.

Available in a matte black finish, Flare X5 Series DDR5 memory is the natural evolution of Flare X DDR4 memory.

The Flare X5’s low profile design of just 33mm also makes them an excellent choice for compact builds or configurations that make use of large CPU air coolers, generally not compatible with taller memory modules.

The Trident Z5 Neo, Trident Z5 Neo RGB and Flare X5 series DDR5 memory kits will be available from September 2022 through official G.SKILL resellers.


Source: Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com.

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