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    G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Designers must have thought that the regular Trident Z Royal sticks were a little drab.
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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Blingtastic! But mainly garish.
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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Can't just me be that thinks that just looks ridiculous?

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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Quote Originally Posted by CausingIt View Post
    Can't just me be that thinks that just looks ridiculous?
    It's not just you! But I can only think that someone is buying these things, otherwise why produce them?

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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Quote Originally Posted by MrJim View Post
    It's not just you! But I can only think that someone is buying these things, otherwise why produce them?
    I reckon birds might like the gold one but apart from that, not sure.

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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    The only way I would buy them is if they where cheaper than offer kits of the same spec,I refuse to pay for RGB too.

    I will admit I spent about 80p more on my last ram kit to black rather than red but even then if the red was significantly cheaper I would have got that.

    I guess I am not their target market.

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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Perhaps instead of reserving the highest bandwidth RAM for bling augmentation they could inculcate an idea of leaving all the bandwidth for the RAM instead of changing the colours.

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    Re: G.Skill's high-end Trident Z Royal Elite RGB DDR4 announced

    Reckon this looks so stupid I might be able to get some cheap if no one else wants it? 16GB RAM isn't enough!?

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