Okay, right now I'm using two kits of 2x8GB EVGA SuperSC DDR4 3200 Speed with a CAS16. The memory works fine, except it's not on any of Memory QVL of any motherboard compatibility list. So far, I've only experienced one issue on an Asrock Z390 Tachai that the pair wouldn't pass XMP using slots A1 and B2, but works okay in slots A2 and B2. Weird? I'm out to buy some memory that is on most of (if not all) motherboard's compatibility list (like Asus, Asrock, Gigabyte, MSI, etc). Minimizes the chance of crashes or other BSODs. So, with all your might and power of will, please tell me why I should go for a CAS14 instead of CAS16, or vice versa. Both will be 3200, and for a hefty cost, will CAS14 be worth the extra $$ over CAS16? I'm just playing light games, third-person view kind of games, nothing like Battlefield V, Crysis, Tomb of Raider, etc... Will CAS14 really give me that much speed over a CAS16? I have set my eyes on these G.Skill CAS14 (Samsung B-die???) modules, and going for 16GB per stick (instead of 8GB.) Any advice? TIA!