G.SKILL Trident Z RGB Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅03-09-17
Introduction

Product on Review: G.SKILL Trident Z RGB 3200MHz C14
Manufacturer: G.SKILL
Street Price: 3200MHz C14 kit
Dual-Channel (16GB): UK: 220 / US: $210
Quad-Channel (32GB): UK: 420 / US: $405

Trident Z is G.SKILLs premium memory module series that has been created for enthusiast overclockers to get the best possible results from the memory performance, as highlighted previously. This is done by cherry picking memory ICs and fitting them to a custom made 10 layer PCB for maximum signal stability, reliability, and compatibility. The XMP settings has been optimised for Intel processors, though, there is no reason why they won't work fine on other platforms. The Trident Z RGB memory modules have, of course, been upgraded with a fluid, full range RGB LED bar that is supported both by ASUS Aura Sync, and by their own software so users can get the customisation they need to fit their system and preference. G.SKILL has made the Trident Z RGB available in huge selection of capacities, frequencies and timings, Ranging from 2x 8GB Dual-Channel kits, to 8x 16GB 2x Quad-Channel kits for HEDT platforms.



Overview by G.SKILL
Featuring a completely exposed light bar with vibrant RGB LEDs, merged with the award-winning Trident Z heatspreader design, and constructed with the highest quality components, the Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kit combines the most vivid RGB lighting with uncompromised performance.


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