G.,Skill now offers Trident Z Royal Elite High Performance CL14 Low-Latency Kits Up To DDR4-4000 32GB

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Will there be a review up soon for these kits?

    I have two of the 2x8 4000 silver coming on Friday. I almost went 2x16 but seems the 5000 series likes 4 sticks compared to 2 and you would think it would be right the opposite. I'm not sure they are any better than the silver I have now since I'm running my 4000 silver set at the same timings as there 3600 kit is advertised on my AMD 5950 build 14, 15 , 15 1T @ 1.45v. I just wanted to replace my son 3200 kit with what I have now in his 10900k build since his Gigabyte Extreme did care much for my Dominator 3600 kit and he went down to the oldest 3200 kit I had from his z390 build.
     
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    Not soon, but there will be a review yes.
     
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    Jawnys Master Guru

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    this is partially true, 2x16 is mostly dual rank stick, so you still get 4 ranks even tho you re running two sticks or ram, while 8gb ram are most of the time single rank, so by running 4 sticks single rank, you re running 4 ranks as well, so 2x16 dual rank stick vs 4x8 single rank stick will get similar performance or near identical, i would say its easier to tweak two sticks of dual rank than 4 stick of single ram on ryzen platform, im just talking about my personnal experience, but ive had a ryzen cpu of each generation so far
     

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