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- 9 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build First Build - AMD Beast
Woof. This is some sexy and reliable RAM. The RGB LED's are gorgeous and bright and the finish is super clean. Highly recommend these for any Ryzen CPU user.
- 9 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Custom AMD TUF Series
The G.Skill Trident Z Ram caught my eye from the start and I was okay with the price difference for the looks and RGB. Luckily a few models were capable with my motherboard, and the Trident Z Neo came out for "optimized Ryzen" performance. Went with 3600 C18 over 3200 C16, due to the potential to tighten the timings which I don't care to do currently (saw someone claim C15 with this set). Overclocked through BIOS to rated speed and timings with no issues. Currently 30% on chrome with background tabs, and I haven't seen more than 55% being utilized during gaming. Looks absolutely phenomenal and syncs with the little strip on the board through Asus Aura. One of my favorite parts of the build.
- 8 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Refrigerator (2nd Build)
Probably the best ram for Ryzen you can buy right now. If you have a Ryzen system, buy this stuff.
- 3 points
- 20 days ago
from completed build AMD 1080p Ultrawide build
Very nice looking RAM, sleek and with bright RGB. My kit effortlessly ran at the rated speeds and timings. Felt like a noticeable boost from my previous 3200mhz kit (at least to me) although nothing life changing.
Just to be clear since I've seen this question in a few different places when comparing 3600Mhz vs 3200Mhz. if the prices are significantly higher for the faster kit, you will NOT get a big enough boost in performance to justify the cost so get the slower kit if budget is a concern for you.