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G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB (2x8GB) Memory Kit DDR4 3600MHz C18, £112.76 at Amazon
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G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB (2x8GB) Memory Kit DDR4 3600MHz C18, £112.76 at Amazon

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Posted 20th SepEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Nice looking and fast memory at low price.
Specifications
  • Series Trident Z RGB
  • Memory Type DDR4
  • Capacity 16GB (8GBx2)
  • Multi-Channel Kit Dual Channel Kit
  • Tested Speed 3600MHz
  • Tested Latency 17-18-18-38-2N
  • Tested Voltage 1.35v
  • Registered/Unbuffered Unbuffered
  • Error Checking Non-ECC
  • SPD Speed 2133MHz
  • SPD Voltage 1.20v
  • Fan lncluded No
  • Height 44 mm / 1.73 inch
  • Warranty Limited Lifetime
  • Features Intel XMP 2.0 (Extreme Memory Profile) Ready
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Good price
good price but c18 is a littlie high, I am still waiting on G-skill neo version in the uk and there seems to be no one selling these and I have been looking for 7 weeks since launch.
Wow I paid double for my 3866 of these. last year great price
Wondering if I made the right choice buying a couple sticks of C16 HyperX Predator 3200MHz for 80GBP a few weeks back. Had no problems with it though. Supposedly the Hynix chips aren't great with Ryzen but it's been faultless. No LED though .

The C14 variant of TridentZ (not this one) is supposedly one of the best kits you can get for Ryzen according to Gamers Nexus, ranks 2nd on userbench. The Neo version is marginally faster. Though I imagine the C18 chip lags behind considerably.
schmoog21/09/2019 12:57

Wondering if I made the right choice buying a couple sticks of C16 HyperX …Wondering if I made the right choice buying a couple sticks of C16 HyperX Predator 3200MHz for 80GBP a few weeks back. Had no problems with it though. Supposedly the Hynix chips aren't great with Ryzen but it's been faultless. No LED though .The C14 variant of TridentZ (not this one) is supposedly one of the best kits you can get for Ryzen according to Gamers Nexus, ranks 2nd on userbench. The Neo version is marginally faster. Though I imagine the C18 chip lags behind considerably.


Memory, quick math.
Cas latency, divided by half the ram speed, multipled by 1000 = the NS latency on the most common memory operation.

so: (Cas / half_ram) *1000 = the latency in ns on ram. Lower latency = faster.

(16/1600)*1000 = 10ns ram in the HyperX
(18/1800)*1000 = 10ns ram in this case.

They're basically... about as close as it could get for which is generally going to work well.
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