G.Skill's Trident Z memory kits are already favorites of ours for systems where plain-Jane memory just wouldn't do the rest of the PC justice, but the bright red accents on that memory don't look good with every motherboard or component. The company is fixing that today with five new color schemes for these DIMMs.
Silver-and-white, silver-and-black, black-and-white, black-and-yellow, and black-and-orange color schemes are now available on certain Trident Z kits. The original two-tone aluminum-and-red Trident Z modules will stick around, too. All of the new color schemes will be available on the full range of Trident Z DDR4-3200 kits, while the company's DDR4-3300, DDR4-3333, DDR4-3400, and DDR4-3466 kits only get the black-and-white, silver-and-black, and silver-and-white treatments for now.
G.Skill says this Trident Z RAM will be available at the end of this month. We've asked the company whether these new color schemes will add any extra to the prices of these kits, and we'll update this post if we hear back.
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