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G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (2x16GB) 3600MHz CL16 DDR4 $269 + Delivery @ Shopping Express


Right now probably the cheapest you can find these set of DDR4 modules. These should be SK Hynix DJR modules, and Dual Rank.

Capacity - 32GB (16GBx2)
Multi-Channel Kit - Dual Channel Kit
Tested Speed - 3600MHz
Tested Latency - 16-19-19-39
Tested Voltage - 1.35V
Registered/Unbuffered - Unbuffered
Error Checking - Non-ECC
SPD Speed - 2133MHz
SPD Voltage - 1.20V
Limited Lifetime
Features - Intel XMP 2.0 (Extreme Memory Profile) Ready
Additional Notes - Rated XMP frequency & stability depends on MB & CPU capability.

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  • Anyone know if they are cpu air cooler friendly?

    • +1

      They are 43mm in height, there should be more then enough clearance for CPU Tower coolers, just check the DRAM height clearance for such coolers.

    • -1

      Buy a aio. 360mm msi aio only 120➕ according to previous deal. Cheap. U use these ram with a fan tower? Wasteful of the RGB

      • Yes. I'm just a bit worried as I have had AIO pump failures in the past but all of my air coolers are still going. No I don't want RGB RAM but it's annoying that so much RAM now has RGB and heatsink caps on them so when you look for RAM there is none available that is both high speed and low profile (or maybe normal profile from a few years ago).

    • just installed mine, it fit under my Noctua D-14 just fine with almost 1cm to spare, but I had to move my front cpu up by probably 1/2 cm from it's default/factory position.

  • SK Hynix DJR modules, and Dual Rank

    In English please?

    • ^ ryzen user :D

    • +1

      Bad for overcooking, dual rank is good

    • In English please?

      • if you dunno what they stand for, it probably wouldn't matter to you anyway

      • if you know the meaning behind it, it means your e-peen is potentially few % shorter than the guy who paid alot more for his ram

  • Bit sad to see DDR4 prices going up again :(

  • I got a 5900X, is this good enough or I should go for anything better than 16-19-19-39 such as 16-18-18-38 for visible performance improvements?

    • +1

      This is good, but if you are feeling particularly rich going for tight timings such as a Samsung B-Die kit with 16-16-16-36 will probably give u a massive 3% performance increase for triple the cost.

    • +1

      Go for the Patriot Viper Steel 4400 CL19 (Samsung B-die) kits which can be tuned to 3800 15-15-15-xx. 5% fps increase guaranteed.

      They are being sold on Amazon dirt cheap for just $135 2x8GB


      • Thanks. I am after 32 GB and my arous x570 ultra board is suppose to be daisy chain, comments are saying it is better with 2 sticks.
        Any other recommendations and I hope not to spend beyond $500 for ram?

      • god thats a good price for B-Die
        I bought my F4-3600C16Q-64GTZN when the 3950x first dropped and paid about $1100

      • Hi, just wondering what you would recommend for my current setup (3900XT, Asus Crosshair 8 Hero MB)? I currently have 32GB of RAM, but I am finding it not enough (I'm constantly using it up). I currently have two (2 x 16GB) kits of Hyper X Predator (Samsung B-die) 4000Mhz RAM running at 3600Mhz for a total of 32GB. I don't care that much about RGB, but was looking for something that I can use with this 3900XT and also a 5900X (I plan to upgrade to this when I can find one at a reasonable price).

        I'm not sure whether or not to get a 2 x 32GB kit of 3600Mhz RAM such as these Patriots you linked to or something else. I read that my current CPU runs better with 2 sticks of RAM, but the 5xxx series CPUs run better with 4 sticks of RAM? Does it really make much difference? I think I'd prefer 2 x 32GB as that would give me the option to upgrade to 128GB later on if I need to.

        The other RAM I was looking at was Crucial Ballistix 3200Mhz kit (non-rgb version) and try overclocking it (I don't have much experience with this) as I hear that it overclocks well on Ryzen. I don't want to spend much over $500 for a kit of 64GB.

        What would you recommend? Also, I am using a Noctua NH-D15, so I can't get anything with tall heat spreaders, so that is why I was also looking at the Crucial and also this Patriot kit you recommended as it isn't too tall, so it should fit.

      • Hi RageofAsmongold, just wondering if you have an opinion on the questions I asked 4 or 5 days ago in my previous post.

        Do you think Crucial is the way to go for 64GB, or should I get the Patriot 3600Mhz kit (2 x 32GB - timings are worse on the 2 x 16GB kits)?

        Basically, I'd like a 3600Mhz kit with similar decent timings to the Crucial that can also overclock a bit. I'm not sure if there is any Samsung B-die kits at that capacity (64GB) for in between $500-$600 AUD?

    • What the last commenter failed to mention is, if you get tighter timings, there's a higher chance that it'll be B-die and you can comfortably overclock it, if you're not an overclocker, or don't get into that sort of thing with RAM, then the difference in price isn't worth it.

      EDIT: I didn't realize so many people responded, I mean the very first guy, lol.

    • I just found this, looks interesting assuming it can be tuned down to something more suitable for the 5900x


  • arghhhh bought these from SE for $299 on Monday!!!!!

  • Would love to have this deal again!

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