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He is the One - G.SKILL Announces Trident Z Neo RAM sticks for Ryzen 3rd Gen

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G.SKILL is launching a new family of the RGB Trident Z RAM sticks with the new 'Neo' name. These sticks feature slightly changed looks on the heat spreaders but still have all the same RGB functionality of previous Trident Z sticks.
G.SKILL also announced the frequencies and timings of the new kits.


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Pretty interesting to see how Ryzen 3000 chips will scale with the faster performing memory and how that will actually reflect in gaming/production workloads. Personally, these look like standard Trident Z's to me and I've never been a big fan of the RGB on memory.

https://www.guru3d.com/news-stg-skill-announces-trident-z-nmemory-series-for-ryzen-3000-x570-platform.html

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Very nice. Will get that 16GB 3600MHz CL14 kit. Will turn LEDs off though, or put white maybe. These will probably be quite expensive though. 


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16 minutes ago, Tedny said:

wait, does Ryzen on AM4 support 64Gb ram? Isn't max 32? 

AM4 mobos always supported 4x16GB, but getting high frequency to work was shaky.


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1 hour ago, Tedny said:

wait, does Ryzen on AM4 support 64Gb ram? Isn't max 32? 

 

New boards support up to 128GB, including ECC on some boards.


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9 hours ago, Tedny said:

wait, does Ryzen on AM4 support 64Gb ram? Isn't max 32? 

128GB actually 

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Dayummm these look snazzy B| Much better than those tacky Trident Z Royal sticks with their horrific font

 

 

 


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36 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

I still have no idea why they just don't make them black on BOTH sides. All trident RGB sticks are half silver half black.

Design choice, I quite like it. More character than a full black look (I understand people prefer this sometime too ).
Its called a two-tone, very common, basic and popular way to give something a bit of added aethetic appeal. - eg: 
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14 hours ago, alatron978 said:

Interesting for them to offer a 1.2V option at 3600mhz.

doubt it'll actually be stable at that speed based on linus's previous video.

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2 hours ago, CUDAcores89 said:

doubt it'll actually be stable at that speed based on linus's previous video.

I have no doubts it would be stable, just dont know a use case for it.


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I hope it's cheap.


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On 7/14/2019 at 12:57 AM, williamcll said:

I hope it's cheap.

It's not going to be cheap.


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On 7/10/2019 at 1:33 PM, Valentyn said:

 

New boards support up to 128GB, including ECC on some boards.

ECC support has always existed on Ryzen, board makers just haven't cared.


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I assume this isn't B-die?


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7 hours ago, SenKa said:

ECC support has always existed on Ryzen, board makers just haven't cared.

The ones that do, have it on expensive boards, and more so than the average x570

 


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On 7/10/2019 at 9:26 PM, RyomaSJibenG said:

can i have a non-RGB ram please? with decent performance

Just buy Flare X then? (If you're on Ryzen).


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7 hours ago, Valentyn said:

The ones that do, have it on expensive boards, and more so than the average x570

 

Even so, I am unaware of a single board on AM4 that ever implemented support. ECC was just baked in for Threadripper, where even then it was only on the highest class workstation boards.


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Im Curious if we would be able to use 2 - 2x8 14-15-15-35 kits seeing as you can do this on Gen 1 Ryzen already.. and Zen 1 with a x370 board... interesting... 

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Anyone knows whether these new Trident Z Neo modules work well with first gen Ryzen(for example Ryzen 1700)?
I can get F4-3200C16D-16GTZN for 130euros
or F4-3200C16D-16GTZRX for 150euros.

I've already tried the gtzrx version but couldn't get it to be stable on my B350-f, but there were a few BIOS updates which might make it stable.
I'm wondering if someone has access to some b350 motherboard and Trident Z neo 3200MHz CL16 to test it out and see if it works well.

Thank you for your time and help in advance. 
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