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Old 12-09-2019, 11:20 AM   #1
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[News] G.Skill's Trident Z Royal DDR4 memory just smashed the 6GHz overclocking barrier

The world record goes to Taiwanese overclocker Toppc.

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Old 12-09-2019, 11:57 AM   #2
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"G.Skill has announced that its DDR4 Trident Z Royal memory modules have been used to break through the 6GHz barrier to establish a new world record in overclocking. Taiwanese professional overclocker Toppc hit a record speed of 6,016.8MHz using a single 8GB stick of Trident Z Royal memory with an MSI MPG Z390I Gaming Edge AC motherboard and an Intel Core i9-9900K processor.

Toppc is actually outdoing himself here, and the previous world record of 5,886MHz was also set by him just three months ago at Computex.

Of course, any such feats require careful tweaking of the memory subsystem and liberal applications of liquid nitrogen. The memory module in question is also part of a DDR4-3200 CL16 1.35V kit, but extreme overclockers generally choose to use just a single stick."
Uh.. where did you get that info that its a 3200 C16 kit?
Based on the CPU-Z validation the kit used was F4-4800C19-8GTRSB an unrealeased product, if its sold in retail as a dual channel kit it would have been F4-4800C19-16GTRSB on the box.
http://valid.x86.fr/6jqd4r

Unlike F4-4800C18D-16GTR,F4-4800C18D-16GTRG on G.Skill web catalog (Samsung B), 林蕫from MSI also mentioned it's based on Hynix DJR IC. In other words a newer DDR4 IC than Hynix 8Gb CJR.
Processor
i5-3230M 2C/4T | Panasonic E233037
Mainboard
Wistron Shinai-4 LSN-4 UMA QM77
Graphics Card
NVS 5200M 1GB GDDR3
Memory
Samsung Electronics Extreme Low Voltage 30nm SODIMM 4GBx2
Display
AU Optronics HD+ 60% sRGB
Storage
Samsung SSD 850 PRO 512GB
Casing
Wistron 04Y1405
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Lite-ON 90W 20V | Sanyo 45N1037 | Sony 45N1041
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Sierra Wireless AirPrime MC8355 (Gobi 3000)
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Uh.. where did you get that info that its a 3200 C16 kit?
Based on the CPU-Z validation the kit used was F4-4800C19-8GTRSB an unrealeased product, if its sold in retail as a dual channel kit it would have been F4-4800C19-16GTRSB on the box.
http://valid.x86.fr/6jqd4r

Unlike F4-4800C18D-16GTR,F4-4800C18D-16GTRG on G.Skill web catalog (Samsung B), 林蕫from MSI also mentioned it's based on Hynix DJR IC. In other words a newer DDR4 IC than Hynix 8Gb CJR.
[rushes to cancel order for Trident Z Royal DDR4-3200 CL16 ]
Processor
Intel i5-4690K
Mainboard
MSI Z97A Gaming 7
Graphics Card
Galax GTX 1070Ti EX-SNPR
Memory
G.Skill Ripjaws X 16GB DDR3-2400
Display
Acer Predator Z35
Storage
Sandisk 480GB Extreme Pro + Samsung 860 Evo 500 GB + 2X4TB HGST NAS + 8TB Seagate Barracuda
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Phanteks P400S
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