G.Skill Releases AMD-Compatible Trident Z RGB Kits

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DDR4-3200 4x8GB F4-3200C14Q-32GTZRX
Picture #3 in the slideshow. The rest probably follow that naming scheme so the 2x8GB is probably F4-3200C14Q-16GTZRX. Other speeds probably just change a few things like: F4-2400C15Q-16GTZRX for DDR4-2400 2x8GB CL15 kit.
 

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I think it's difficult to use 4 dimms at 3200 mhz on Ryzen without a clock generator. I haven't been able to get 4 dimms stable beyond 2400 mhz with an MSI x370 Titanium.
 

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G-skill has had some of them out for a while now, the Sammy B RipJaws V are cl14, just as all the new version Trident-Z are Sammy B's. You could already get them in 2x4Gb and 2x8Gb kits. They've just expanded the line really in the RGB's.
 

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Awesome thanks!
 

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Disappointed that we can't get 16x2 or 16x4 for Ryzen 7. The Mobo is capable of 64GB of ram. How is this different than Flare-X? What's the difference?
 

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might have something to do with the RGB, which was killing kits and mobos in the early days of Ryzen
 

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AFAIK, the difference is in the bios. The FlareX bios is targeted at the Ryzen cpus, but the rest of the ram has to still be completely compatible with Intel boards using standard HT. From what I read, it was Gigabyte who was the first to really start working on a firmware issue to fix the Ryzens infinity HT compatability with more standard ram. It's not an issue with the ram, nor the cpu, it's in how they communicate through the mobo buss. Agesa 1.0.0.6 went a long way to fixing that issue, but it's still not perfect.
 
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