G.SKILL is presenting an array of its latest products at Computex 2023, highlighting the advancements in DDR5 memory and other innovative solutions.
Leading the showcase is the G.Skill DDR5-8800 48GB kit. This kit is being demonstrated live at Computex, paired with an Intel Core i9-13900K and an Asus ROG Z790 Apex Motherboard, emphasizing the overclocking capabilities of DDR5 memory.
For enterprise solutions, G.Skill is introducing its R-DIMM DDR5-6800 64GB memory kit, tailored for the newest Intel Xeon processors. These kits will be available in a range of capacities, from a massive 384GB to smaller, faster options. On the compact side, G.Skill is also unveiling SO-DIMM DDR5 modules for Intel NUC systems, with a DDR5-6400 32GB kit demonstrated in the Intel NUC 13 Extreme at the event.
AMD enthusiasts also have something to look forward to. G.Skill is rolling out the Trident Z5 Neo family, supporting AMD EXPO memory overclocking profiles. These kits will be available in capacities up to 192GB, specifically designed for the X670 platform.
The visually striking Royal series of memory from G.Skill continues to be a centerpiece, especially with its distinctive design and RGB lighting. Visitors to the Computex booth can also witness a range of modded PC builds, including a beer-cooling PC, a fruit machine mod, and an RGB pyramid.
Another notable introduction is the WigiDash display, a dashboard display add-on from G.Skill. This capacitive touch display offers a variety of widgets, from system info displays to shortcuts, all customizable through dedicated software.
G.Skill’s 360mm AIO liquid cooler is also drawing attention, particularly for its RGB integration in both the fans and the CPU block. The cooler’s design mirrors the crystalline aesthetics of the Trident Z Royal memory.
Closing the event, G.SKILL announced the winner of the OC World Cup 2023 overclocking competition. Seby9123 from the United States clinched the title of OC Champion, demonstrating exceptional overclocking skills with the Intel Core i9-13900K processor and the ASUS ROG Z790 Apex motherboard. Seby9123 was awarded a grand cash prize of $10,000 USD and a Kingpin Cooling ICON EXTREME V5 GPU LN2 pot.