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G.SKILL Trident Z RGB Series is one of the world’s most revolutionary RGB lighting DDR4 memory kits. Featuring a complete row of LEDs brilliantly displayed through an uncovered full-length light bar, the Trident Z RGB Series is capable of displaying a wide range of vivid colours. Along with the strong foundation of G. SKILL overclocking memory development technology, highly screened components, and custom 10-layer PCB, the Trident Z RGB Series is the ideal DDR4 solution for building an extremely stylish performance PC.
All G.SKILL memory products come with a limited lifetime warranty and the G.SKILL technical team is always ready to provide consumers with complete technical support via online forum, Facebook, telephone, and email.
NOTE: For RGB lighting, please use G.SKILL v1.00.22 beta software, and the previous versions are to be uninstalled. To check, please make sure that “AsRogAuraService” and “AsLedService” do not exist in the Windows services list. After v1.00.22 beta is installed, then you should be able to see “LightingService” in the Windows services list. On first install and opening software, please make sure to click “DEFAULT” so that previous lighting settings are cleared to prevent possible dim stick or stuck lighting issues.
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techxz21/07/2019 11:11

No idea where you pulled that statistic from


It was based on a 2013 study by professor Bullshito Statistico, a very well respected man in the industry.
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Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible and less stress on the IMC if overclocking.

The only real place this makes sense is quad channel boards.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 21st Jul
Minstadave21/07/2019 10:23

Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible …Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible and less stress on the IMC if overclocking.The only real place this makes sense is quad channel boards.


To be honest though 95% of people who buy this won't even have a clue how to even start with overclocking RAM. Most of them probably won't even enable the XMP.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 21st Jul
LazybeatX21/07/2019 10:29

To be honest though 95% of people who buy this won't even have a clue how …To be honest though 95% of people who buy this won't even have a clue how to even start with overclocking RAM. Most of them probably won't even enable the XMP.


No idea where you pulled that statistic from
techxz21/07/2019 11:11

No idea where you pulled that statistic from


It was based on a 2013 study by professor Bullshito Statistico, a very well respected man in the industry.
To be fair as much as I probably could dick with the overclocking, I would be installing this simply for the perdy glow sticks.
Minstadave21/07/2019 10:23

Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible …Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible and less stress on the IMC if overclocking.The only real place this makes sense is quad channel boards.


Depends, 4 sticks of 8gb single rank is seen the same as 2x16gb dual rank

Also people who buy ram with lights probably want to populate every dimm slot on their board for the aesthetics
Minstadave21/07/2019 10:23

Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible …Youd need a good reason for 4 sticks as 2x16 is cheaper, more compatible and less stress on the IMC if overclocking.The only real place this makes sense is quad channel boards.


T- Topology boards are better with 4 ram dims than daisy chain boards though. I've just bought the X570 Taichi which is a T Top board so 4 ram sticks shouldn't be an issue.
LazybeatX22/07/2019 17:50

T- Topology boards are better with 4 ram dims than daisy chain boards …T- Topology boards are better with 4 ram dims than daisy chain boards though. I've just bought the X570 Taichi which is a T Top board so 4 ram sticks shouldn't be an issue.


I've got the same board and it definitely has issues with 4 dual rank sticks.

More here:

google.com/amp…tml

Whilst T-top is better than daisy chain when it comes to running 4 sticks, 2 sticks will run better than 4 even on T-Top.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 22nd Jul
Minstadave22/07/2019 18:25

I've got the same board and it definitely has issues with 4 dual rank …I've got the same board and it definitely has issues with 4 dual rank sticks.More here:https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.tomshardware.co.uk/amd-ryzen-3000-cpus-memory-recommendations-asrock,news-61041.htmlWhilst T-top is better than daisy chain when it comes to running 4 sticks, 2 sticks will run better than 4 even on T-Top.


Hmm interesting, well mine arrives tomorrow so I will be putting it to the test. I've got a 32gb 4 dim kit of Corsair Vengeance pro rgb 3000Mhz. And a kit of Gskill 32gb 4 dim 3600mhz. I didn't have a single issue running 4 dims on my Asus X470 Prime pro.
LazybeatX22/07/2019 18:31

Hmm interesting, well mine arrives tomorrow so I will be putting it to the …Hmm interesting, well mine arrives tomorrow so I will be putting it to the test. I've got a 32gb 4 dim kit of Corsair Vengeance pro rgb 3000Mhz. And a kit of Gskill 32gb 4 dim 3600mhz. I didn't have a single issue running 4 dims on my Asus X470 Prime pro.


If they're single rank it's usually fine. I'm trying to run dual rank 4x16GB modules and it's not easy to even get 3200mhz without super loose timings.
Minstadave22/07/2019 18:39

If they're single rank it's usually fine. I'm trying to run dual rank …If they're single rank it's usually fine. I'm trying to run dual rank 4x16GB modules and it's not easy to even get 3200mhz without super loose timings.


That's alot of RAM. I've just looked at the memory QVL for the board and I see this ram is not on the suppored list. It seems everything is there except from the 3000mhz stuff. Do you think it will be an issue? My corsair kit is on the supported list though.
Itll be fine for single rank DIMMs I reckon, QVL is largely useless.
Minstadave22/07/2019 20:05

Itll be fine for single rank DIMMs I reckon, QVL is largely useless.


Yea especially ASRock usually. I've never owned an ASRock board before so don't know what they are like. I've just read that the X570 Taichi has alot of features for the price point so went for it over the Strix -F.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 22nd Jul
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