G.Skill launches their Ryzen-oriented Trident Z Neo series of DDR4 memory DIMMs

3600MHz with CL14 timings?

G.Skill launches their Ryzen-oriented Trident Z Neo series of DDR4 memory DIMMs

G.Skill launches their Ryzen-oriented Trident Z Neo series of DDR4 memory kits

Coinciding with the launch of AMD's Ryzen 3rd Generation processors, G.Skill has released their Trident Z Neo series of DDR4 memory DIMMs, which are designed with X570 in mind with speeds of up to 3600MHz and tight CL14 timings.

Alongside this speed bump for Ryzen memory comes a new RGB LED lighting design, which offers users 8-zone lighting and the same level of software support as the company's existing TurdentZ Royal DIMMs, with lighting control coming from G.Skill's software as well as through utilities like ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, and ASRock Polychrome.

Each DIMM comes with a 10-layer PCB and can ship in kits of up to 64GB (4x16GB DIMMs). Each kit comes pre-tested on an ASUS Crosshair VIII Formula motherboard with an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 processor.   

The table below notes the capacities and specifications that are offered by G.Skill's latest DDR4 DIMMs, which can feature timings as tight at 14-15-15-35 at 3600MHz in 2x 8GB and 4x8GB kits.

Each DIMM is designed to offer a bold contrast between black brushed aluminium and powder coated silver to deliver an impactful look.  

G.Skill launches their Ryzen-oriented Trident Z Neo series of DDR4 memory DIMMs  

 G.Skill's Trident Z Neo series of Ryzen 3rd Generation Optimised memory kits will be available at retailers starting today. 

Our review of AMD's Ryzen 3rd Generation 3700X and 3900X processors is available to read here.  

You can join the discussion on G.Skill's Ryzen-optimised Trident Z Neo series of DDR4 memory kits on the OC3D Forums

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Most Recent Comments

08-07-2019, 16:23:44

Still prefer the Royal line up. If I am gonna go RGB I may as well get the best looking one.

These are still nice looking though. The only difference I can see is it's no longer all black but now with a silver section. Probably prefer all black.Quote

08-07-2019, 17:03:50

thing is i can get 32GB of 3200mhz cl 16 ram for 140 euro.
corsair, runs fine in my ryzen systems.

cheapest 3600mhz ram cost double that.

is the performance increase really worth 140euro?
i really doubt it.

would most people not be better off putting that money elsewhere?
(better GPU, better CPU etc).Quote

08-07-2019, 22:58:59

I actually sent GSkill an email asking for something just like this last week although I mentioned 3200 with better timings as I noticed that RGB ram generally has rubbish timings, so I guess they must have heard similar things before and made these, well done GSkill well done!Quote

09-07-2019, 13:50:25

Nice, looks like b-die getting discontinued wasn't the end of the world!Quote

09-07-2019, 19:18:58

1.4 volts? I thought 1.35 was the norm for daily useQuote

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