G.Skill has quietly started selling its 24 GB DDR5 memory modules with AMD EXPO profiles for single-click overclocking. G.Skill's Trident Z5 Neo RGB modules are among the first EXPO-profiled DIMMs larger than 16GB to hit the market, with G.Skill offering kits as large as 48GB (2 x 24GB). G.Skill's 24 GB Trident Z5 Neo RGB memory modules with AMD EXPO profiles support are designed for a 6000 MT/s data transfer rate, which is considered to be a sweet spot for AMD's Ryzen 7000-series processors based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture. As for timings, the manufacturer recommends CL40 48-48-96 settings at 1.35V, which is a rather significant (22%) overvoltage for DDR5 memory. Traditional for G.Skill's Trident-series modules for PC hardware enthusiasts and overclockers, 24 GB Trident Z5...

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