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G.Skill 16GB (Dual Channel Kit) 3200MHz DDR4 Trident Z Desktop Memory (F4-3200C16D-16GTZB)
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- Trident Z is the latest high-performance DDR4 range from G.Skill, designed for gaming and overclocking
- Optimized for the latest 6th Generation Intel Core Processors and Z170 chipsets
- Two matched 8GB modules, designed for use in dual channel setup
- 3200MHz memory speed with full memory timings of CL16-18-18-38 at 1.35V
- Luxury two-colour heatsinks with a new fin design for more effective heat dissipation
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16GB DDR4 high-performance memory kit from G.Skill. The new TridentZ series is designed for gamers and overclockers and is optimised for use with the 6th Gen Intel Core CPU and Z170 chipsets. Two matched 8GB modules, 3200MHz PC4-25600, full timings of 16-18-18-38 at 1.35V.
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FYI, on Ryzen boards the memory will show as 21XXMHz until you are able to overclock motherboard because Ryzen 1 and 2 CPU's don't naively support faster than 21XXMHz with out over clocking. so what you get instead is much faster timings that nearly equal out to what a 3200MHz memory would be able to do anyway :) (took awhile to prove this to my self, instead of returning memory for under performing)
One minor observation I made is that the sticks felt “heavier” to me then the Corsair Vengeance DDR3 sticks I used last. I think the heatsinks on these are of slightly higher quality.
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This thing definitely pulled the potential of my ryzen more than the crucial 2400 mhz kit i had oced to 2933mhz cl18 or 3200mhz (3200mhz cl18 wasnt completely stable either) and the timings were quite high compared to this kit. The difference between timings is definitely quite noticeable, and ryzen Loves high memory speeds and low latency memories, cl14 feels like a whole different world of experience on ryzen as well. The cl14-14-14 gskill kit is more aggressively oced but likely stable, I would definitely love that kit despite the price differences, and timings be lowered even more or oced higher. Of course if i had chosen a better board, the memory will be taken even more advantage of in a better way.
It was listed in the QVL as well, but the cl16 version didn't show, just the cl14. Still, absolutely a good kit of ddr4 ram even if its SK Hynix M die version I got, its certainly good to pull a decent amount of potential of Ryzen. If you want B-die, well the extra premium is necessary to guarantee it. Cl14 almost always is Samsung B-Die.
In the ASRock website this kit is only rated to 2933MHz and on early BIOS versions (prior to 3.0) it would not run on anything higher than 2133MHz.
On a MSI B350 Tomahawk and same CPU I could overclock this kit stable to 3333MHz (your mileage may vary).
Excellent build quality and not too tall when installed.
Not the best kit for over clocking or most compatible on Ryzen (go for CL14 kit if the price is right) so check your motherboard manufacturers RAM compatibility (QVL) before purchase....
G.Skill F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - 16GB (8GBx2) G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 PC25600 3200MHz C16 Kit
G.Skill have a good reputation in the memory market and I can also recommend them for your next build or upgrade.
Have purchased this F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - 16GB (8GBx2) set, twice now for the same build (9900k & Asus ROG Maximus XI Hero), giving me a total of 32GB, both sets work perfectly together, and both passed MemTest86. Recommended!
I swapped it for this memeory and it works great straight away using the XMP settings.
Initially I thought I had a faulty module, but it wasnt seated corrected. Always worth checking the seating before assuming its faulty as I did. "Theyve sent me a faulty one, great" but was user error!
I mean its RAM but its DDR4 so hopefully futureproof - FOR NOW
Managed to fit under the giant heatsink of my Noctua dh15s cooler. Look pretty nifty too!
Looks good to.