Just after the Ryzen 3000 processors have hit the market, G.Skill has unveiled its new Trident-Z Neo RAM memory kits, with a series of “optimized specifications” to pair them with the new Ryzen on X570 boards. Perhaps the most interesting of these specifications is that it is DDR4-3600 memory with timings of 14-15-15-35. In general, AMD equipment responds well to high-frequency RAM. If you have in mind to assemble Ryzen high-end equipment, these kits can be an ideal choice, at least on paper.
Apparently each module of the Neo family uses selected chips, but not all kits they are created equal, even those that have the same speed. Here you have a list that AMD has shared. Although the levels of overclock that they can not be guaranteed, G.Skill has reached frequencies of 5774 MHz with one of these modules on an MSI Meg X570 Godlike board. Obviously, they had to use liquid nitrogen (as when they reached 5.9 GHz with a Trident Z Royal), so do not expect to repeat that kind of performance at home. The Trident-Z Neo kits will reach the market this month, but the price is still unknown.