Building a Ryzen desktop PC is not for the faint of heart. I did hours of research to make sure I found compatible memory and knew the AMD Ryzen limitations.
As of now this memory will run at 2666mhz and (unofficially) will most likely run at 2933mhz (aka 3000mhz) today too. According to Asus's latest QVL report (seen here: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/...170520.pdf
) they have it working on their ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING motherboard. I'd say it is safe to assume it would work on most B350 boards.
This is some of the cheapest DDR4 ram that you can possibly purchase for AMD Ryzen and it has the LED lit memory modules and the capability of 3000mhz.
Tom's hardware has this listed on their best DDR4 list that was just released a few days ago: http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...,4057.html
You can read their review of the modules in that link too.
I'm posting this for anyone who is trying to make a Ryzen build. I've saved you hours of research. Enjoy.