When working with this RAM kit I found it was pleasing to look at in design and quite low profile which is nice, as I believe that would come in handy for larger CPU heatsinks. The RAM's packaging is also quite pleasing.
Now onto talking about how the RAM worked while the PC was running... I ran this within a Ryzen 5 2600X system and the system easily accepted the 3000MHz speeds at its CL16 (16-18-18-38) timings @ 1.35V, and bumping it to 3200MHz was really easy, I believe it may even have potential to go higher as the kit I received is Hynix CJR.
Purchased this kit for $100 a week or so ago, come back to do a review and it has shot up to $205! Worked at 2933mhz right out of the box with my Biostar X370GTN motherboard. I decided to set it 3200mhz and it works perfectly at that frequency too. The red version of this kit is on for $90 and considering that is $30 cheaper than the competing 3000mhz kit I'd say this ADATA XPG memory is an absolute steal.
These work really great. I was a bit hesitant to buy them since i hadn't really heard of the company and I dont really know much about RAM in general as I'm new to the whole deal anyways. I'm happy with these though. I did a benchmark test on User-Benchmarks and they scored a 93% out of all RAM sticks that have similar specs to these ones, so I'd say they're a pretty good buy