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Hellloooo sexy!
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Looking good!
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Hello people I just found this thread. Got my Z170 setup a couple weeks back and I'm loving it.

Gigabyte G1 Gaming 7
Intel i7 6700k Delidded @ 4.7Ghz
16GB G.Skill TridentZ 3400Mhz
EVGA SC+ 980 Ti @1550/7800
Samsung 850 SSD

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These new 128GB kit looks nice:thumb:
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Samsung 960 Pro Crucial MX200 12X BD-ROM Noctua D15 
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post #336 of 563
Hey everyone,

Just a heads up the Trident z new line up has been release and man it is flying off the shelf better get it now before its gone. I picked up a 32GB and 64GB kits one for my x99 and the other for my Z170.

Good luck to all you fellow G.Skill owners thumb.gif
Edited by Rdoxey - 6/9/16 at 8:14pm
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^^

I realise this is aimed at the X99 platform which is what I use but its C16. (32GB G.Skill DDR4 Trident Z 3200Mhz PC4-25600 CL16 (16-18-18-38) 1.35V Quad Channel Kit (4x8GB))

Wouldn't it be better to go for the faster C14 version? (G.skill 32GB (8GBx4) G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 PC25600 3200MHz C14 Kit - F4-3200C14Q-32GTZ)

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I wonder what makes those any better suited for X99 than the existing 4x8GB 3200 kits.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jprovido View Post

I'm getting random bsod's and crashes on my ram. it's 4x8 Ripjaws V 3200MHZ DDR4. I upped the ram voltage to 1.38v (stock is 1.35v) and it's still crashing. is there another voltage setting I need to adjust. I'm currently running it now at 2666mhz I'm not really happy about it since the timings are so loose. help frown.gif
I've had this same issue basically as of late plagued with issues above 2666MHz which I pretty much determined is due to my motherboard while mine supports 3200MHz it's for lower capacity based DIMM modules. I don't know if that's your situation or not as well, but if it is I wouldn't doubt that's what the situation is. Now I can post and boot beyond 2666MHz, but stability becomes a major unreliable issue and have yet to pin down a compromise solution settings wise though increasing tCKE seemed to help add a fair noticeable bit of stability.

When using just 2 DIMM's though I can get it to post at 3200MHz with XMP SPD timings and pass MemTest86 just fine, but with 4 DIMM's the block level test in particular gives me errors which is test 6 on some versions and test 7 on others. Hopefully the new Kaby Lake 200 series motherboards have much better support for large capacity DIMM's and at higher frequencies at affordable price points because atm the only officially supported board themselves that are officially supported to be capable with Z170 are $200's or more. I could justify upgrading my board for the new features and if it addresses my situation down the road realistically if it's priced reasonably I wouldn't mind the additional 4 PCIe 3.0 lanes anyway and and probably a PCH node shrink as well. DDR4 feels like it was defiantly a little bit rushed hopefully AMD does a far better job with DDR4 support for Zen than Intel has done with it.
Edited by knowom - 6/14/16 at 11:01am
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So . . .

G.skill 32GB (8GBx4) G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 PC25600 3200MHz C14 Kit - F4-3200C14Q-32GTZ)

or

32GB G.Skill DDR4 Trident Z 3200Mhz PC4-25600 CL16 (16-18-18-38) 1.35V Quad Channel Kit (4x8GB)

I know my motherboard is certified to run up to 3400mhz no problem.

I'm tempted to get the C14 is only listed as dual channel though and the C16 kit is listed as quad. So I'm pretty confident the C16 should work no problem but would be nice to get the extra performance of the slightly faster C14 kit instead.

I realise not everybody's X99 can handle high speed ram but my motherboard is meant to be one of the best for the high speed stuff.

I could take a chance on the C14 kit and see how it goes, if it's no good I can always DSR it and then just go for the C16 kit instead.

Would be just nice to get it right first time though!

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