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This desktop memory features a CAS Latency 19 w/ a 1.35 Voltage & 19-20-20-40 Timing.

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DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800)
Timing 19-20-20-40
CAS Latency 19
Voltage 1.35V

https://www.newegg.com/G-SKILL-32...6820232740
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Just keep in mind this is just differently binned ram than the typical 3200 or 3000, it's real latency is about the same. Very good price though, this was about $200 earlier in the year.

It's the 3200CL14 or other Samsung B-die that's the premium stuff.
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As always whenever this sort of thread shows up, there's tons of bad advice here.

Again, refer to:

https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/me...ed-latency

Stop obsessing over latency ratings. The newest and best CPUs (e.g., Zen 2) leverage clock speed and this product is a perfect match. I'm buying another pair to double my capacity.
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Not bad, this brings them to the same price as the DDR4-3200. There's really no noticeable difference between the DDR4-3600 and the DDR4-3200 so personally Imma wait till the DDR4-3200 go on sale and get them cheaper.
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Just keep in mind this is just differently binned ram than the typical 3200 or 3000, it's real latency is about the same. Very good price though, this was about $200 earlier in the year.

It's the 3200CL14 or other Samsung B-die that's the premium stuff.
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Also be sure to check out the QVL for this, it is VERY limited as to what boards it will be stable on at rated XMP speeds:

https://www.gskill.com/qvl/165/18...32GVRB-Qvl

If you don't have a QVL listed ram-MB combo you're going to get BSOD crashes pretty often at XMP memory speeds, until you downclock it..
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Just keep in mind this is just differently binned ram than the typical 3200 or 3000, it's real latency is about the same. Very good price though, this was about $200 earlier in the year.

It's the 3200CL14 or other Samsung B-die that's the premium stuff.
That's what I have the 16gb sticks with 3200 CL14, they are still close to $175 or something, got them last year at $375
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Difference between this CL 19 and CL 16?
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So I have a Dell XPS 8910 that I want to upgrade. It's skylake i7, so the chip is Z170. I assume this memory is overkill, but for the price I'm willing to buy. I would imagine that to get above the speeds of the OOTB memory, I would have to overclock in the BIOS anyways right? I don't want unstable memory, so I will look elsewhere if this is problematic or I guess use at lower speeds, which would still be an upgrade for me.
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That's what I have the 16gb sticks with 3200 CL14, they are still close to $175 or something, got them last year at $375
$220 for ripjaws 2x16gb kit.
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So I have a Dell XPS 8910 that I want to upgrade. It's skylake i7, so the chip is Z170. I assume this memory is overkill, but for the price I'm willing to buy. I would imagine that to get above the speeds of the OOTB memory, I would have to overclock in the BIOS anyways right? I don't want unstable memory, so I will look elsewhere if this is problematic or I guess use at lower speeds, which would still be an upgrade for me.
The speeds quoted are with the set's XMP profile activated in the BIOS. Otherwise they run at 2133mhz. Your board is definitely not on the QVL list and I have no idea what XMP or memory overclocking it provides.
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Under clockable for lower latency?
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Difference between this CL 19 and CL 16?
3000CL16 and 3600CL19 are going to be very close in performance, with a slight edge to the 3600CL19.

They likely have different QVL lists.
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Under clockable for lower latency?
You might be able to downclock to 3000CL16 or 2666CL14, but likely won't see an improvement. You won't be able to do much better than the 10.56ns true latency without higher voltage and well tuned latency etc.
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You might be able to downclock to 3000CL16 or 2666CL14, but likely won't see an improvement. You won't be able to do much better than the 10.56ns true latency without higher voltage and well tuned latency etc.
Was thinking down to 3200 cl14...
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