Ramp Up Your Ryzen With Trident-Z
G.SKILL’s new Trident Z Neo 16 GB dual channel DDR4-3600 kit sports timings of 16-16-16-36 and runs at 1.35 V, with RGBs at the top compatible with most UEFI lighting effects for those who need to know. TechPowerUp took the memory through a battery of tests to see how it compared to other RAM, with some decent results at stock speed. Then they moved on to the meat and potatoes and started to overclock these Samsung B-dies. Using XMP they could hit 4000MHz at the automatic settings, but for this kit the real question is how manual overclocking will boost your Ryzen system.
They managed both 4066 MHz with XMP settings, but could also tighten the timings down to 14-15-14-28 if they left the frequency at 3600MHz. You can see the effects it had on performance in the full review, as well as following the link to their latest DRAM Calculator for Ryzen if you like.
With a market that is flooded with "Ryzen Optimized" memory kits, it can be hard for a particular kit to stand out. The G.SKILL Trident Z Neo does just that. With a striking new take on the award winning Trident Z design and specifications that are as good as it gets for Ryzen, the Trident Z Neo just might be the ultimate Ryzen memory kit.