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Yes please buy it.

sad thing is... im out of money... i spent most part of it on the christmas upgrade... (980ti, nvme, 8tb sshd)

it was that, or having some food on the fridge...

a choice was made...
     
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Hello

Looks like Amazon got creative with the title. G.Skill has not qualified that kit for X99. 1N at rated speed can be tricky on X99.
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Hello

Looks like Amazon got creative with the title. G.Skill has not qualified that kit for X99. 1N at rated speed can be tricky on X99.

http://www.gskill.com/en/finder?cat=31&series=0&prop_14=0&prop_3=3200MHz&prop_4=0&prop_1=0&prop_2=64GB+%288GBx8%29

I think these three kits, 8x8gb are X99 and one of them is 14-14-14-34 but you may as well wait for the 8x16GB 3200 128GB kits coming out soon if you're gonna do this. I think one of those is 14-14-14-34 as well if I recall right.

Mind you unless you're going run ran a big RAM disk for apps or something there is not much point in having 64GB or 128GB of RAM, no game or app is going to use that much memory. redface.gif
    
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Hello

Looks like Amazon got creative with the title. G.Skill has not qualified that kit for X99. 1N at rated speed can be tricky on X99.

Spoilsport tongue.gif


On a serious note Amazon are notorious for bad listings. Always best to double check the MPN on the vendors website under QVL before buying. When companies list the items it normally looks for the EAN present already, so if some other dolt has uploaded the wrong image, or the listing is somehow wrong then others suffer
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I just bought Dominator Platinum DDR4-3000 kit (4x8 GB) for my RVE.

I read that there are two XMP profiles, one for 1.2 V and another for 1.35 V. I suspect my 5960X has a crappy IMC so I could run at 1.2 V profile perhaps...is the success rate with 3000 MHz and 32 GB fairly low?

Also does anyone know if the kit uses 100 or 125 strap at 3000? Kit model is CMD32GX4M4B3000C15

I was tempted to go for 64 GB but it really does not make sense. biggrin.gif However 2133/2400 G.Skill kits go as low as 370 € over here. smile.gif

To my knowledge, all 3000 kits for x99 will suggest using the 125MHz BCLK strap. There is word that the 2400MHz RAM multiplier is extremely strong. 2400 * 1.25 = 3000. I owned 4 5960x's. Only one of them, my most recent chip, will do the 3000MHz RAM divider with 100MHz BCLK strap and remain stable. Currently using a release-day ripjaws 4 4x8GB DDR4-3000 15-15-15-35 kit. Command rate 1T. Running VDIMM 1.4, VCCSA 0.85v, VCCIO 1.15v. May not actually need the VDIMM. VCCIO seems to be helping keep 1T stable.

Currently working on 4700MHz cache, tuning in the voltage required. 20 minutes stable so far on AIDA64, 1.3 volts (Been increasing by steps of 1/256 volts [0.00390625]). May or may not go down to 4600MHz cache. Core will probably have some room to expand, currently 4700MHz core @ 1.344v, 1.95v input. Probably need more input to be prime stable. Already prime stable at 4600MHz core.
Edited by ssateneth - 2/12/16 at 10:49am
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There are other Memory ratios to try that your woes of running the kit at rated speed can be ignored.

2666 is strong. So is 3200.

I recently did 7 5930Ks on various kits that include, Ripjaws Z e-dies, Hynix 2400 C15s, and Micron 2400s. All of them easily makes 2666 C14. With the Hynix making 2666 11-11-13 32GB.

Even the Micron does 2666 12-12-13 at 1.3V. It doesn't like Voltage though. Some sticks pass training just to register as 4GBs past 1.375. :dog:
Edited by mus1mus - 2/12/16 at 11:05am
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To my knowledge, all 3000 kits for x99 will suggest using the 125MHz BCLK strap. There is word that the 2400MHz RAM multiplier is extremely strong. 2400 * 1.25 = 3000. I owned 4 5960x's. Only one of them, my most recent chip, will do the 3000MHz RAM divider with 100MHz BCLK strap and remain stable. Currently using a release-day ripjaws 4 4x8GB DDR4-3000 15-15-15-35 kit. Command rate 1T. Running VDIMM 1.4, VCCSA 0.85v, VCCIO 1.15v. May not actually need the VDIMM. VCCIO seems to be helping keep 1T stable.

Currently working on 4700MHz cache, tuning in the voltage required. 20 minutes stable so far on AIDA64, 1.3 volts (Been increasing by steps of 1/256 volts [0.00390625]). May or may not go down to 4600MHz cache. Core will probably have some room to expand, currently 4700MHz core @ 1.344v, 1.95v input. Probably need more input to be prime stable. Already prime stable at 4600MHz core.

I have (and have had 2 others of the same) 2x 4x4 3000 kits that run 3000 100% stable at 100 BLCK at 15-15-15-35 1t 1.35v and I'd consider neither of the chips I used them on to have a strong IMC as my cache won't pass 44 under 1.2v although my core with run 4.7 at 1.288v with 1.90v input and I only need .088 SA.

I could use this same ram at 3200 with same settings adding .025v and be stable for my uses but would have "test" failures over time.

SS
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2666 is strong. So is 3200.

Maybe just MAYBE theeeee strongest. wink.gif

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I have (and have had 2 others of the same) 2x 4x4 3000 kits that run 3000 100% stable at 100 BLCK at 15-15-15-35 1t 1.35v and I'd consider neither of the chips I used them on to have a strong IMC as my cache won't pass 44 under 1.2v although my core with run 4.7 at 1.288v with 1.90v input and I only need .088 SA.

I could use this same ram at 3200 with same settings adding .025v and be stable for my uses but would have "test" failures over time.

SS

The strength of the memory controller does not really come into the preferred strap
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