Looking the business in silver and producing results marginally better than our go-to memory...
G.Skill knows there is a sliver of enthusiasts willing to pay what may seem over the odds for the last ounce of performance.
Catering to this camp specifically is the Trident Z Royal Elite range of memory, and arguably the best of the bunch is the DDR4-3600 stuff imbued with super-tight timings.
Looking the business in silver and producing results marginally better than our go-to memory, we can see a place for it in base systems costing comfortably the wrong side of £2,000.
With value thrown fully out of the window, those who want top-notch components throughout their build will do well to put this G.Skill pack on the shortlist.
CL14 at 3,600MHz
Wide frequency range
Gains relatively small on Ryzen 9
G.Skill Trident Z Royal Elite 16GB
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