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So are you saying I should be keeping to a four stick configuration if I want to OC the memory? So that'd be DDR4 2400 - CORSAIR CMK64GX4M4A2400C14(XMP) 64GB(4x16GB) - Vengeance

I tried oc 4 and 8 sticks. 4 definately easier for clock and ddr OC. Bios 3101 seem has some problems. I can oc 4 sticks 3000c14 to 3200 14-14-14-32 1T, stable test 2h xtu mem, pi32mb but gotvsome bios freezing which only can reset by clearing cmos.
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Ok. I'm going to forget the QVL for a moment and ask the following:

Who has 64GB running stably on an X99-E WS/U3.1 and what is the exact make and model of DDR4 that you are running, please?
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Ok. I'm going to forget the QVL for a moment and ask the following:

Who has 64GB running stably on an X99-E WS/U3.1 and what is the exact make and model of DDR4 that you are running, please?

biggrin.gif go with gskill ripjaw5 or tridentZ, 8 x 8 or 16 x 4...
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U can always check corsair compatability list, they do tests on motherboard's that what's i did when getting a 4x8 dominator 3000 kit
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U can always check corsair compatibility list, they do tests on motherboard's that what's i did when getting a 4x8 dominator 3000 kit
Yeah. Checking that list is what made me say 'screw this' because they didn't seem to list any 4x16 sets. So I decided to come here and just ask real people that are using real memory in real rigs for real. i.e. you guys with real world experience.

4x8 dominator, eh? So that's 32 total. What I need to know is 64GB quad channel 4x16 sets that are in use in the wild. Exact model numbers so I pick the ones with speeds, latencies specs etc. that are known to work on this mb. Especially as we know this mb to be especially picky when it comes to RAM.

Looks wise I love the TridentZ's, but the silver & black sets are hard to come by. Everyone seems to do the red ones.

Anyway, the more people that answer (please smile.gif ) the more options it gives me and the more chance a consensus may emerge as the the best 64GB RAM set.
Edited by meson1 - 7/8/16 at 8:26am
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Yeah. Checking that list is what made me say 'screw this' because they didn't seem to list any 4x16 sets. So I decided to come here and just ask real people that are using real memory in real rigs for real. i.e. you guys with real world experience.

4x8 dominator, eh? So that's 32 total. What I need to know is 64GB quad channel 4x16 sets that are in use in the wild. Exact model numbers so I pick the ones with speeds, latencies specs etc. that are known to work on this mb. Especially as we know this mb to be especially picky when it comes to RAM.

Looks wise I love the TridentZ's, but the silver & black sets are hard to come by. Everyone seems to do the red ones.

Anyway, the more people that answer (please smile.gif ) the more options it gives me and the more chance a consensus may emerge as the the best 64GB RAM set.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231974
I bought 2 kits.
Stable 3000 14-14-14-34. I use it at the moment.
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I have 8x16gb corsair 2400 mhz lpx
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231974
I bought 2 kits.
Stable 3000 14-14-14-34. I use it at the moment.

Beautiful Memory!!! And very affordable. If I hadn't already dropped a ton of money on my eight 8gb sticks I would pick up eight of those. BTW. LOVE G-Skill. I've never had any issues with their memory on every board I've tried.
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Beautiful Memory!!! And very affordable. If I hadn't already dropped a ton of money on my eight 8gb sticks I would pick up eight of those. BTW. LOVE G-Skill. I've never had any issues with their memory on every board I've tried.

I have 8 stick ripjaw V 3200c16 also, compare with tridentz... Total difference feeling. By the way, we dont have the 3202 bios update yet?????
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I have 8 stick ripjaw V 3200c16 also, compare with tridentz... Total difference feeling. By the way, we dont have the 3202 bios update yet?????

Guess I'm an old timer when it comes to my memory. This is what I'm running
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231796
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