G.Skill releases Ryzen Optimised Trident-Z RGB DDR4 memory

Optimised for Ryzen and Threadripper!

G.Skill releases Ryzen Optimised Trident-Z RGB DDR4 memory

G.Skill releases Ryzen Optimised Trident-Z RGB DDR4 memory

 
G.Skill has released several new kits of Ryzen optimised memory modules, which are purpose-built to offer the highest levels of compatibility possible on AMD's latest consumer CPU platforms. 
 
These kits come in both high-speed variants and models that are designed to work best when all of your motherboard's DIMM slots are occupied, with kits of up to 4x16GB and 8x16GB for Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs respectfully. 
 
The fastest speeds that these kits offer is 3200MHz at 14-14-14-34 timings, with G.Skill offering 2x8GB and 4X8GB kits for Ryzen and Threadripper respectfully. 

  

G.Skill releases Ryzen Optimised Trident-Z RGB DDR4 memory  

To distinguish these new kits from Intel-optimised kits users should look for an X at the end of the model number of your chosen G.Skill memory kit. 

 

G.Skill releases Ryzen Optimised Trident-Z RGB DDR4 memory  

These new Ryzen and Thradripper memory kits will be available in October, releasing through G.Skill's authorised distribution network of partnered retailers. 

 

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

 

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22-09-2017, 11:13:33

AngryGoldfish
G.SKill already had some of the best performing RAM for Ryzen, but it's nice to see them still trying to improve stability. I hope they have orange/black 3200Mhz dims in more plentiful supply. They've been very hard to source.Quote

22-09-2017, 12:00:34

Bartacus
So what's the difference with these kits versus the high end stuff available right now? Are they tweaking the values in the SPD tables for better stability?Quote

22-09-2017, 16:03:09

AdmiralDonut
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
So what's the difference with these kits versus the high end stuff available right now? Are they tweaking the values in the SPD tables for better stability?
I'm guessing so. I've got a set of G.Skill Ripjaws that was on the QVL for my Crosshair 6 Hero, and the settings are all over the place. It runs at the 3200MHz that it's quoted for, but not anywhere near as well as it could. Fingers crossed they've ironed out all the bugs, and that the RGB software won't brick the bloody RAM any more.Quote

22-09-2017, 16:33:56

Bartacus
I heard they did fix the RGB speed corruption on newer versions of the Aura software. Asus also provided some command-line software that could re-write corrupted SPD tables. Sucks for people that had to go through that though.Quote

23-09-2017, 06:09:56

Avet
There are tons of profile settings in subtimings that users don't see. I guess that these ones should offer more stability, and slight performance gains.Quote
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