2 x 8GB Samsung B-Die
In order to compare all the memory kits tested today, we chose AIDA Cache & Memory Benchmark, because this test is most sensitive to memory settings, making it easy to notice even the slightest difference. Of course, the daily-use performance will differ much less. The GSkill SniperX single-rank kit equipped with Samsung B-Die ICs should be well known to you by now, being the star of the first two parts of this study.
Up to DDR4 4000 we were able to use the same timings as we did on X570, even for the TWEAKED scenario. However, going over DDR4 4000 required a higher voltage (1.55v) and we were only able to hit DDR4 4333, where as on the X570 platform we were able to hit DDR4 4400 using the same timings. As usual, the best performance is reached when we run DDR4 3800 1:1 (yes, apparently AMD Ryzen 5 3600X, or at least this one, can also do that) and we tweaked the timings as much as possible.