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G.skill 16GB (2x 8GB) Trident Z Neo Series DDR4 3600MHz 14-15-15-35 $199 Delivered @ KS Computer Amazon


Features & details

Brand G.SKILL Series Trident Z Neo Series Model F4-3600C14D-16GTZNB

Capacity 16GB (2 x 8GB) Type 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM Speed DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800)

CAS Latency 14 Timing 14-15-15-35 Voltage 1.45V

ECC No Buffered/Registered Unbuffered Multi-channel Kit Dual Channel Kit Heat Spreader Yes

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  • Showing $365.99

    The CL16 version is showing for $195 though, only 2 left in stock:


    • yeh was gonna say thats an insane price for the cl14 if it was true

      • +3

        I think there was only a few in stock when OP posted and it ran out quick as expected. Trident Z CL14 @ 3600Mhz at this price was a steal, these overclock very well too.

        • well damn, im not in the market for ram, but well done for the people that got their hands on this :)

  • +1

    I'm not an expert on ram but is CAS Latency 14 Timing 14-15-15-35 Voltage 1.45V great?

    For a AMD 3950X setup and might go for 2x sets of 2x for 32gb configuration πŸ‘πŸ˜

    • Have your shop never had a customer complain about stability running 4 sticks of dual rank? Or you just never know why the PC is not stable?

  • It was 199 5 minutes ago

    • +1

      A situation we're a time machine would be useful and my above question was obviously answered lolz πŸ‘πŸ˜

  • +2

    1.45v? That was a great price for what was offered, and a 'guaranteed' bin of chips.

    But id wager a very large chunk of cl16 1.35v ram will manage cl14 at 1.45v.

    Also, watch out for ram voltage inaccuracies on auros b550 boards; hopefully its just a bug in a few current uefi's, but Ive had more than a couple now, provide +0.03v more than what you set, when you check with a multimeter.
    Seen no such behavior in AsRock or Asus yet, touch wood.

  • +1

    What sort of performance gains do you get from this kind of ram? Even on sale still seems like a bit of a waste.

    • The usual 5ish percent jump assuming cl16 at the same speed. You wouldnt typically bother unless you're running below 3200 cl16.

      More useful if you're currently building.

    • -1

      Total waste.
      You can get a 32GB kit of CL16 for not much more on a bargain.
      Real world differences between CL14 and CL16 are trivial.

    • +1

      Performance comparison for Out of Box XMP setting? not much at all

      OC capability guarantee/heat tolerance? A LOT BETTER

      Performance comparison AFTER all sub timing tweaked? A LOT.

      if you don't think you going to OC the ram yourself, then this kit is not really for you

    • if you're going for high fps in CPU heavy games like Warzone, it can be huge (have seen 60+ fps increase at 1440p). There’s also benefits running Dual Rank (2x16gb or 4x8gb) vs Single Rank (2x8gb) like in this deal.

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