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2 x 8GB
Price / GB
ECC / Registered
Non-ECC / Unbuffered
- 63 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build i7 7700k RGB Galore!
Again overkill with 3600Mhz, but I'm happy with their performance and the colors are definitely amazing.
- 46 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build RigDumpa
Able to get up to 3466 with a CH6 and Ryzen 1800x
- 21 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build RGB Build
Best there is!
Looks: 10/10 Performance: 10/10 Price: 7/10
- 10 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build Lucky 7
Trident Z RBG not only a has amazing speed. but it gives an RGB look to you set up
- 9 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Emulation Station
Expensive but very pretty. If performance is your priority get something else. If you have excess cash to burn get this.
Ill deduce a point for the RAM coming with a small sticker on the side which leaves a sticky after print when peeled off
- 7 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Dreamcast
These are the coolest looking RAMs I have ever seen. I've always wanted to get a pair of these! The RGB elements are a nice bonus. G.Skill's RGB LED program is very effective, especially the RAM's music effect. It syncs perfectly well with my music.
I have a 16GB (2x8GB) pair with C17 latency and 3600MHz. By changing the BCLK value at my BIOS, I am able to give my RAM a minimal boost of up to 3698.6MHz.
My only complaint about this RAM is that the RGB software conflicts with other programs, such as AsRock's RGB software. If the Trident Z's RGB LEDs are operating while you're tinkering with another RGB software, the Trident Z's LEDs will freeze and stop working. The only way to fix this is by restarting your computer. G.Skill themselves have admitted that their software indeed tends to conflict with other RGB software.