I've never hidden the fact that I like G.Skill. Over the many years I've been into PCs, G.Skill has stood out as a company that is truly after meeting our needs as enthusiasts by delivering fantastic memory products of great value. They just get it right, every single time. So when G.Skill has a new product for me to look at, I get excited, and I really think you should too.
However, my personal opinion doesn't mean much. What truly matters is performance and how much that performance costs, as well as several other factors that might influence your purchasing decision. G.Skill does a good job of making my job in that regard pretty easy, so when I got this new kit, a set of 32 GB 3200 MHz CAS14 Trident Z sticks, I knew exactly what I had to do; I took some pictures, ran some benchmarks and am now ready to show you those. So let's get on with it!
|SPEED RATING:||DDR4-3200 (PC4-25600)|
|TESTED CAPACITY:||32 GB (8 GB x4)|
|TESTED VOLTAGE:||1.35 V|
|FORM FACTOR:||288-pin UDIMM|