It's a spanish store, but here you have https://www.wipoid.com/gskill-trident-z-rgb-ddr4-3200-16gb-2x8-cl16.html https://www.wipoid.com/g-skill-trident-z-rgb-x-ddr4-3200-16gb-2x8-cl16.htmlcan you post a link to the two kits in question? I cant even find a trident Z RBG X kit on their webpage
Yeah i know all that story of Ryzen and memory. Anyway i understood that those normal Trident z were already ok enough for Ryzen or at least for the board Asus x470 prime pro, which is the board i have on mind... but i guess it would be even better to go for the Trident Z X? even maybe overclock reasons included, and all the rest?Seems AMD is a little picker the Intel when it comes to the memory chips, this is why each manufacture has a QVL for their board to make sure the ram works for that motherboard.
Ok man thanks for your help.Like i said they are the same sticks spec wise, both 3200Mhz 2x8GB cl16. the difference might be in who makes the memory chip, Micron, Samsung, or Hynix. AMD might only work with 2 of the chip vendors where intel can use all 3, i dont know.
I would check the motherboards Quality vendor list to see which kit is supported, if both then go with the cheaper of the two if you want.
Im not sure what G.skill means when they say "optimized for the AMD Ryzen"