With all the amazing things that we discovered about the 3200C16 version of G.Skill TridentZ throughout the previous two webpages, it is hard to leave with an opinion that is short of positive. If our sample is a valid representation of what retail customers will also get, then buying some of the faster kits can be seen as a waste of money since our relatively low-rated version was easily able to clear their specs on a midrange gaming board. On top of that, you get solid build quality, pleasant aesthetics and G.Skill's bulletproof lifetime warranty. Of course, all of the above is irrelevant if the price of ownership is way too steep. By using Geizhals, we see that EU prices for F4-3200C16Q-16GTZ currently start at 157 Euros excluding shipping. This is nearly 20 Euros more than a sister RipjawsV model, which differs from the TridentZ only in the heatsinks. Still, this is much much less compared to most of the higher-rated opposition, performance of which you can easily emulate thanks to overclockability, which has always been great with the Trident series.