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2017-06-08 G.SKILL Trident Z RGB DDR4-3600 (4x8GB) verdited as the top performing module by Tom'shardware
G.Skill’s Trident Z RGB DDR4-3600 32GB kit is one of the top configurations I’ve tested. The top quality memory underneath those fancy LEDs is worth at least our stamp of approval, even before we get around to comparing the cost effectiveness of alternative programmable-LED DIMMs.
 
2017-05-03 G.SKILL Flare X DDR4-3200 (2x8GB) Review by HEXUS
G.Skill has taken the Ryzen-specific mantle on with the release of the Flare X line of kits. Our review pack offers decent speeds, excellent timings, and performance that, in certain situations, is akin to going up to a faster CPU. If you have been eyeing up that £1,500 Ryzen gaming build and want to give it the biggest opportunity to breathe from a performance perspective, the G.Skill Flare X 16GB kit is worthy of recommendation.
 
2017-04-28 G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM570 Keyboard Review by Tom'shardware
Whereas G.Skill went all out on the bells and whistles for its Ripjaws KM780 keyboards, the Ripjaws KM570, by contrast, offers a more staid look and reduced feature set (and lower price). It serves to give those with smaller budgets (and simpler tastes) a G.Skill-branded option. The KM570 comes in multiple flavors; there are three RGB units (with Cherry RGB switches) and four red LED-only options (with your choice of Cherry MX Red, Brown, Blue, or Speed Silver switches.) You may be gathering this, but the KM570 is a simple, standard keyboard with few extras.
 
2017-04-05 G.SKILL Trident Z RGB DDR4-3200 (4x8GB) wins "Must Have" recommend from KITGURU
The G.Skill TridentZ RGB has two particular strengths. It looks almost exactly like regular Trident Z, except that G.Skill has packed four LEDs in the top of each module of memory. The fact that this adds nothing to the installed height is very good news. Secondly, the lighting looks fabulous. Also,adding the G.Skill software to the equation gives you a long list of options that look fabulous and should please any fan of RGB effects. KitGuru says: G.Skill has done an excellent job with TridentZ RGB.
 
2017-04-04 G.SKILL Flare X DDR4-3200 (2x8GB) were recommended by guru3D
The Flare X memory rocks. With our ASRock motherboard we seated the memory, in the BIOS we enabled XMP and it was done. We got instant properly configured timings, frequency and DDR4 voltage. That is testimony to what we want to see. I am sure this memory will not do the sexy XMP thing on all motherboards out there just yet as firmware updates need to be applied. If that happens to you, just insert the settings manually in the BIOS. But I bet that 9 out of 10 motherboards will support this memory as G.Skill is making sure of that cross-brand compatibility by seeding the motherboard manufacturers this type of memory.
 
2017-03-28 G.SKILL Trident Z RGB DDR4-3200 (4x8GB) is approved by HEXUS
G.Skill announced its Trident Z RGB memory back in December and presently has it available in almost every capacity/speed/latency flavour you can think of. Using the good-looking Trident Z as the perfect pretext for lighting, G.Skill adds RGB diodes that combine to offer bright and sharp colour to the inside of the PC.
 
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