G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-7200 CL34 Memory Review

Memory. Your system won’t work without it. Those words, while profound, are simply the truth. And in today’s review we will be looking at a memory kit that doesn’t just allow your system to POST, but one that is significantly faster than most of the DDR5 out there today.

Reviewing RAM is actually how I started my journey here at PCPer, with a review of some very fast DDR3 (2666 MT/s). I even reviewed some DDR5 last week, with a 6000 MT/s kit from Lexar. But 6000 MT/s is less that 7200 MT/s, and somehow G.Skill managed to hit that speed with a CAS latency of only 34.

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