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G.Skill Trident Z RGB Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3000 MHz Memory Kit - £83.99 at Amazon
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G.Skill F4-3000C15D-16GTZR Trident Z RGB Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3000 MHz Memory Kit

Not the cheapest DDR4 around but very stylish, if you like RGB!
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CL 15 as well.
Excellent, holding out for 3600mhz though to pair with my 3700x. Heat added.
Got a pair of 4266 of these. Worth getting the same speed or cheaper variants?
igotcoins18/07/2019 18:54

Got a pair of 4266 of these. Worth getting the same speed or cheaper …Got a pair of 4266 of these. Worth getting the same speed or cheaper variants?


I believe if you are using them together it is best to get the same again
i0mikey0i18/07/2019 19:15

I believe if you are using them together it is best to get the same again


i0mikey0i18/07/2019 19:15

I believe if you are using them together it is best to get the same again


I believe the timings will be different.Plus the Cas Latency.
Am I right in thinking these will be B die so good for ryzen?
benjyFJH18/07/2019 19:22

Am I right in thinking these will be B die so good for ryzen?


I have 2 of the exact same memory in my 2600 Ryzen build. They work really well.l have mine running at 3200 MHz with no issues.
benjyFJH18/07/2019 19:22

Am I right in thinking these will be B die so good for ryzen?


Don't think so I am afraid, looking in a B-die finder site "benzhaomin" (didn't know if you could post links) only CAS 14 3000 G.Skill is B-die
LazybeatX18/07/2019 18:52

Excellent, holding out for 3600mhz though to pair with my 3700x. Heat …Excellent, holding out for 3600mhz though to pair with my 3700x. Heat added.


I wouldn't bother, the performance difference is negligible.
reubenno18/07/2019 23:04

I wouldn't bother, the performance difference is negligible.


Yea maybe but there is still a difference. Testing shows that 3600 or slightly above is around the sweet spot for Ryzen 3000.
LazybeatX19/07/2019 08:50

Yea maybe but there is still a difference. Testing shows that 3600 or …Yea maybe but there is still a difference. Testing shows that 3600 or slightly above is around the sweet spot for Ryzen 3000.


If you're willing to pay an extra £70 for 2-5% performance improvement then go ahead. But it's terrible price to performance.
reubenno19/07/2019 08:52

If you're willing to pay an extra £70 for 2-5% performance improvement …If you're willing to pay an extra £70 for 2-5% performance improvement then go ahead. But it's terrible price to performance.


I won't be paying that, I'll just wait for a deal to pop up and buy at the right time.
reubenno19/07/2019 08:52

If you're willing to pay an extra £70 for 2-5% performance improvement …If you're willing to pay an extra £70 for 2-5% performance improvement then go ahead. But it's terrible price to performance.


Seems a lot on paper but when considering cost Vs performance you need to factor in cost of the system as a whole. Taking the upper end of 5% for a £1400 rig it might start making sense
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