G.Skill TridentZ RGB DDR4 memory review

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CPU-Z - DDR4 with a Core i7 processor

DDR4 with a Core i7 processor

Okay let's fire up CPU-Z so you can check out a little how we have the system configured.
 

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So in the BIOS typically you can just flick on the XMP profile (see below), at default your memory will be running at 2133 or with slow SPD/JEDEC timings. If you have a decent brand Intel motherboard then in the BIOS you will be allowed to load up the XMP profile and apply that profile in the BIOS, thus activate the pre-configured frequency, timings and voltage. Maximizing your memory was never any easier.
 

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