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Too bad you probably won't be using them on a black & white board to match the color scheme. In terms of uniqueness the Colorful iGame Z170 Ymir X would probably be a good fit, but who knows if that's even capable of DDR4-4000 biggrin.gif

I think they would look best on X99 Taichi and pretty sure this board is capable of 1833c11 11 or 12 12 just like Champ,they look fine on black MB as well similar kit on Champ (Click to show)



Z170-A or Premium



as for Z170..they do quite well ,both modules are within .005v and doesn't require high voltage to run similar freq./timings in comparison to my other B-


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post #7922 of 8094
The Taichi is a Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gaming i7 rehash with some features stripped? If you got more than one kit, sure then Quad Channel is an option as well smile.gif

Care to tell me how much volts they require for the settings in the screenshot?
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EVGA (=G.Skill) 2x8GB DDR4-3000 sticks at Micro Center, now with 8Gbit Hynix MFR.

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post #7924 of 8094
Bought two quad channel kits, one is Trident and other Ripjaws, both same specs of 3200C15 32gb kit.I presume its B-Die, was wondering which one to keep.
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Bought two quad channel kits, one is Trident and other Ripjaws, both same specs of 3200C15 32gb kit.I presume its B-Die, was wondering which one to keep.

Performance should be the same, allowing for the silicon lottery randomness, so...go with the kit that looks the best?
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TridentZ will clock higher but give you no real world performance increase especially if you are using Skylake which is dual channel, a lot of motherboards cant handle their max speeds.

They are binned at T2 btw so try get them to T1, the ripjaws should do 1.4v if they are rated for 1.35.
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Bought two quad channel kits, one is Trident and other Ripjaws, both same specs of 3200C15 32gb kit.I presume its B-Die, was wondering which one to keep.

No difference in IC performance unless Overclocking, but to find out you'll have to open both. If this is not an option then choose TridentZ because Ripjawz V hearsink doesn't even touch half the ic's so it just there for looks. The Trident heatsink is solid, better in both quality and heat dissapation
post #7928 of 8094
Thank you all of you , will be keeping Trident rams.
This will be oc'd for sure on both x99 / z170 system....though I am new to ddr4 overclocking.
I have 2 x 6700k to test but still wondering should I get 5960x or newer 6900k or be contend with 5820k.

Thanks again.
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I enabled XMP @ 2400Mhz and copied down the timings , set manual mode and re-applied xmp timings (without having xmp enabled). Default is 11-13-13-37.

When I try 11-12-12-37 @ 2400mhz even with 1.8v DRAM it's unstable after 30 minutes prime95.

Enabling XMP profile and settings higher DRAM speed like 2600 (12-14-14) or 2800 (13-16-16) it will boot into windows but fails prime95 with round error 0.5 was not 0.4

Say as a test I enable 2400mhz but with higher timings like 12-14-14 (from 11-13-13) it won't POST even though you would think having a higher setting won't effect stability.

This ram is fussy. It won't post with higher timings nor lower timings.

All I've manage to push was Command Rate from 2T to 1T at stock speed. Nothing else is stable even with higher DRAM voltage (BTW 1.650v is stock and i've been to 1.8v)

Which comes down to the question, what am I doing wrong?


Also there is "DRAM Training Configuration" (what is this and will changing settings help my OC)





Current Mem Settings


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Anyone know a thing or two about this set of sticks?

EVGA 16GB 2 x 8GB DDR4-3200 PC4-25600 CL16 Desktop Memory Kit

http://www.microcenter.com/product/459742/16GB_2_x_8GB_DDR4-3200_PC4-25600_CL16_Desktop_Memory_Kit

I just exchanged a Fury X 2400 set after being disappointed that Kingston did the ol switcharoo on the modules to Microns. I could barely get anything over the spec'd speeds and timings out of these. I had a set of the same sticks on X99 some time ago and they were Hynix modules which clocked very well.

So now with this EVGA kit I'm running XMP and all is working well so far. Timings could be better I suppose, 16-18-18-38. AIDA64 reports the modules to be Samsung. Can I expect anything better out of these?
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