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CAS 14, DDR4-3200? I mean, sure it's a little pricey but c'mon, you gotta go as far as your wallet will allow for your first build. Ram looks great, has a nice low profile and I haven't had any problems with it yet.
Good, reliable, and I got them for $230 off of Newegg. Kinda wish I had waited a bit longer to buy because the TridentZ RGB came out not too long after.
Functional, but not very fun to look at :(
Dual-rank Samsung B-die memory. I swapped a FlareX 16GB kit (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) for this because I use more than 16GB of RAM on a daily basis. The FlareX is a single-rank kit so you might get better speeds with it. With the GSkill I use the XMP profile and get the full 3200MHz and good timings without having to knock the frequency down to AMD's official Ryzen spec for dual channel, dual rank memory (2666 on X470, and it's 2400 on X370). I recommend you use either the XMP profile or bone-stock default settings if you want a rock solid stable machine. That's what I do these days because my stuff has to work with zero issues.