The only thing that is known is that G.Skill will continue to develop its Trident Z product family in the DDR5 era as well. This means that a wide range of offers awaits us, including Royal, Neo, RGB, and similar lines.
It remains to be seen whether the company will first release premium DDR5 memory as part of its Trident Z line, to make it eligible for the premium overclocking Intel Alder Lake processors expected soon.
It is suggested that those waiting for mainstream memory (G.Skill RipJaws, Sniper, Eco, and Value modules), for the appropriate Alder Lake CPUs, will have to wait a little longer to buy these products.
By: Amber V. – Zexron