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2 x 16GB
Price / GB
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Non-ECC / Unbuffered
- 42 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 5 1600, NZXT H200i, Gaming ITX build
Great Ram. Super Colorful. Integrates easily with ASUS Aura as long as you have the updated drivers. Only 4 stars because paying so much for RAM drove me to drink.
- 41 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build The Pocket Rocket
Colorful and very easy to control using the ASUS Aura Sync software provided with my motherboard. Also, for you AMD Ryzen builders out there, I had zero issues getting this RAM to run at the advertised frequency, even a little above, and CAS despite not being on my motherboard’s approved list of RAM. These are also made specifically for Intel I believe, but like I said, not issues what so ever.
- 21 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build Project Thanatos
Colorful and very easy to control, they provide a tasteful amount of light to the inside of the case, which can be clearly seen through the slightly tinted tempered glass side panel. It syncs well with the Asus Aura software, making it easy to control. Overall, a very decent RAM kit, albeit a little more expensive than others of the same level.
- 19 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Aurora
Bought two of these kits for 64GB total. 32GB of DDR4-3200 CL14 Samsung B-Die goodness. Works great for my Ryzen 9 3900X system. The RGB is really nice to look at as well.
- 17 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build The DeLorean - Glass Wing Cougar, Aorus Core
G.Skill never disappoints. Memory came clocked at 3200 MHz as advertised. Just made some changes to the BIOS settings to allow it to use its full clock speed and it was off to the races. Planning on getting two more 16 GB sticks in the future. I'll have a server for a PC.
- 15 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Welcome to Hackintosh (First Build)
Solid RAM. I got the faster 14 timing. I'm not sure it would really matter, but I had the budget, and I figured it would probably give me a little flexibility should I do any overclocking. One annoying quirk, the LEDs go back into 'unicorn vomit' mode if I boot from a full shutdown. Also, the LEDs can only be addressed in Windows, which is a bit of a PITA for me, as I'm mostly in MacOS. Would RAM again.
- 15 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Living the dream (machine)
RAM was one of the most difficult components to choose: at the beginning all I knew was that I wanted a 2x16GB configuration but due to the many variants of modules offered by each manufacturer I really had no idea about how I could determine for sure whether one product was really better than another considering both frequencies and latencies.
After some research I found a very simple but - I guess - useful ratio that really helped me to easily find the real RAM speed for each variant, considering both its frequency and CAS: thanks to this simple frequency/CAS ratio I found a certain value (3200/14 = 228,57) for these 3200MHz modules with extremely low 14-14-14-34 latencies - by far the lowest I could find on the market - that could be overcome only by 4000MHz with CAS 17 (235,29 ratio) or 4133MHz with CAS 17 (243,12 ratio), in both cases costing much more due to their extreme frequencies (and also granting less MB compatibility).
Taking the example of a 3600MHz memory with CAS 17 (i.e. GSkill F4-3600C17D-32GTZR), I would get an inferior 211,76 frequency/CAS ratio, also paying more than I did due to its superior frequencies.
Does all this make any sense? I really don't know but I like to think it does.
- 14 points
- 23 days ago
from completed build Barebones
No issues whatsoever. The RGB software is intuitive, if not a little clunky. It is easy to match colors with Razer's Chroma and NZXT's CAM software.
- 7 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build HERA QUEEN OF THE GODS
G.skill Trident: Thoughts I am happy as frak that this pair worked for OC this kit at time of purchase was not on the qmp list from either company so overclocking was a cross your fingers and hope for the best. Thankfully G.skill and Asus once again game in and delivered a product combo that just works and that all we want right?
- 7 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build Beast of an upgrade...
This stuff does not come cheap but after tons of research I decided to go with the CAS14 @ 3200 as apparently the 2700x prefers this stuff. Whether or not it is possible to tell the difference between CAS14 and Cas16 timings is up to the experts. To look at it's amazing. The RGB is very effective and totally controllable using MSI Mystic Light. I only have the 2 sticks which I thought might look weird but actually it looks amazing.
- AMD Threadripper 2950X
- GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (x2)
- Intel Core i7-8700K
- GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
- AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
- GeForce GTX 1660 Ti