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You can try, but there are no promises it will work at the rated timings, frequency and voltage of a single kit. You may need to tune a lot to get both kits stable.

I would avoid 4 DIMM kits binned for X99 for similar purpose - look for a Z170 4 DIMM memory kit if you want a single kit.

Do you think this one would be fine? It's not in the QVL, but according to Newegg it's for Z170.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231903
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Do you think this one would be fine? It's not in the QVL, but according to Newegg it's for Z170.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231903

Difficult to say - at that type of density/freq it may not be plug and play. I dont have a kit like that here but will ask.
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Question on memory I am running some 2x8gb G.Skill Rip Jaws 4 (3000mhz) 15-15-15-35 @ 1.35v Model F4-3000C15D-16GRK. So memory works as advertised with command rate at 2 but won't post if I set it to 1. Is it worth it to change timings to try and get it to post at 1T? If so any suggestions what timings I should try? Or should I try and increase voltage instead? If so how how high is it to increase on skylake?
    
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Not really an ASRock support guy - but you will likely need to set higher DRAM voltage and possibly VCCSA and IO.
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Not really an ASRock support guy - but you will likely need to set higher DRAM voltage and possibly VCCSA and IO.

Yea I know haha. Just curious if you had any tips. I have always run my memory at stock so just a bit curious. Has a safe max voltage for dram been determined on skylake?
    
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Not really an ASRock support guy - but you will likely need to set higher DRAM voltage and possibly VCCSA and IO.


How come?

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LOL, as my mother used to say if it's true one shouldn't take offence.

Someone has to keep food on the table in the fatal1ty house hold biggrin.gif

(Just kidding Asrock)
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Do you think this one would be fine? It's not in the QVL, but according to Newegg it's for Z170.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231903


GSKill tells me they have validated the kit on the Z170 DELUXE, MAXIMUS VIII HERO, and MAXIMUS VIII GENE
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