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Newegg has 32GB (2x16GB) G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) for $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks mcleo19
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G.skill 32gb (2x16gb) Tridentz RGB 3200 DDR4 (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) $250 w free shipping at Newegg

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The user that initially replied to you. Is using the variant that is made for ryzen. This memory module does not have the same guarantee to work with Ryzen (at it's rated speed)
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Are these timings too slow to run properly with Ryzen 2700x?
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Are these timings too slow to run properly with Ryzen 2700x?
I have the GTZRX version and it runs it just fine at 3200 with xmp on my 2700x and MSI x470 gaming plus.
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B-die Finder says that F4-3200C16D-32GTZA is b-die -- is this one (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) hynix or b-die?

My understanding is that the last letter is just the color ("A" vs "R" in this case), so they should be the same?
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B-die Finder says that F4-3200C16D-32GTZA is b-die -- is this one (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) hynix or b-die?

My understanding is that the last letter is just the color ("A" vs "R" in this case), so they should be the same?
Good question I would also like to know
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Good question I would also like to know
Timing tells your it is definitively not b-die, this is inline with hynix maybe. They sell version with CL14, which are b-die, but they cost $$$.
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B-die Finder says that F4-3200C16D-32GTZA is b-die -- is this one (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) hynix or b-die?

My understanding is that the last letter is just the color ("A" vs "R" in this case), so they should be the same?
Timings are different between the two as well.

The one listed as a b-die is 16-16-16-36, while the one posted in this deal is 16-18-18-38.
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Can someone refer me to an article or YouTube that demonstrates the true difference between b-die and Hynix in-line? I am all for getting top performance, but this is still slickdeals. Show me that $/performance ratio. This seems like a pretty killer deal so if all I'm losing is a nanosecond, I'm in for one.
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Timing tells your it is definitively not b-die, this is inline with hynix maybe. They sell version with CL14, which are b-die, but they cost $$$.
Why would the timing be different between colors?
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Are these timings too slow to run properly with Ryzen 2700x?
The user that initially replied to you. Is using the variant that is made for ryzen. This memory module does not have the same guarantee to work with Ryzen (at it's rated speed)
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anyone have these in use with the Noctua NHD15 megaheatsink?
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Can someone refer me to an article or YouTube that demonstrates the true difference between b-die and Hynix in-line? I am all for getting top performance, but this is still slickdeals. Show me that $/performance ratio. This seems like a pretty killer deal so if all I'm losing is a nanosecond, I'm in for one.
You probably should just look into Ryzen memory benchmark. Regardless B-die, A-die if they clock the same say 3200 c14, they all going to perform the same. People is all over b-die is because it is the only ram that could reliably run at the rated speed back in ryzen 1 days, also have some easier time to get a stable overclock over the others. you can think of b-die as the special binned ones.
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Can someone refer me to an article or YouTube that demonstrates the true difference between b-die and Hynix in-line? I am all for getting top performance, but this is still slickdeals. Show me that $/performance ratio. This seems like a pretty killer deal so if all I'm losing is a nanosecond, I'm in for one.
There is no sense in getting b-dies when the cost difference is near 60% (b-die equivalent kit is $432.98 on Newegg right now). An overwhelming majority of people game just fine with non b-die RAM, so I wouldn't worry unless you are trying to hit benchmark leaderboards.
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B-die Finder says that F4-3200C16D-32GTZA is b-die -- is this one (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) hynix or b-die?

My understanding is that the last letter is just the color ("A" vs "R" in this case), so they should be the same?
Should be Hynix afaik b-die for these start at cas 14 and 15
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