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Hi

I was wondering which RAM sticks are good for overclocking and speed/timing. Maybe not one with too crazy of a heatsink so I won't have problems with adding a heatsink (probable h100 series).

was looking at these
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233853

I had those sticks I was not a fan.

Personally I am all about G skill.

Have a look at the tridentZ or the Ripjaws.
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Thanks for answering!
I just removed my old sticks and plugged the new ones and ran HCI memtest 100% with 0 errors. So I think the new memories are also fine.
I really don't know what is the problem with these new boards if people try to use more than 2 sticks of memory. Everything works flawlessly if I use only 2 x 4GB memories.
I guess, I will stay with 8GB of RAM (2x4GB and try to sell the brand new sticks I bought). :/

Instability due to overclocking that needs to be dialed out due to mixing memory kits. Always buy singular kits for the density you want to be using. There is nothing wrong with the boards, the issue is entirely between chair and keyboard


https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57038-Don%92t-combine-memory-kits!-The-meat-and-potatoes-overview

Have a read of the above.
Edited by Silent Scone - 2/8/16 at 11:41pm
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Its a real shame because this sticks are quite nice ... Just set XMP and changed to 1T thumb.gif going to try to overclock as much as i can now before i have to send them back....

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I have a really bad question, What would happen if i used liquid ultra on my memory chips? anyone crazy enough to test it out for me lol. I mean i dont know what material the ram is made from but its not aluminum XD
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There is no need to, more risk than gain imo, DDR4 doesn't run hot at all.

Things are weird sometimes, ran 8 freaking hours of GSAT last night, since FFW has ended I went again into finding the lowest voltage I could get things stable. In the end, to pass that I was a 1.4v in bios like my previous entry (anything lower would fail within 2h).
Then this morning, since it passed GSAT I went in windows 10 and started HCI. After 15% or something I had 1 error on an instance, huh eh-smiley.gif. Well, back to bios and set 1.405v and started it again then went to work, I'll see what's up when I get home. headscratch.gif
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Apologies.

It was in the sky lake overclock thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/5280#post_24799441


Here.

On my phone currently so can't link exact post but it's on that page.

Praz used 2570 per or if you have pro you can go a little higher than that as error stated in the post.

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There is no need to, more risk than gain imo, DDR4 doesn't run hot at all.

Things are weird sometimes, ran 8 freaking hours of GSAT last night, since FFW has ended I went again into finding the lowest voltage I could get things stable. In the end, to pass that I was a 1.4v in bios like my previous entry (anything lower would fail within 2h).
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Kimir - are you running any sensor reading programs while running HCI? Like AID64? wiith AID64 try dialing back the number of things being flashed to the desktop. I've had a few examples where that single error (after long hours) might have been due to some type of polling/posting clash in AIDA and not faulty ram.
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Instability due to overclocking that needs to be dialed out due to mixing memory kits. Always buy singular kits for the density you want to be using. There is nothing wrong with the boards, the issue is entirely between chair and keyboard


https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?57038-Don%92t-combine-memory-kits!-The-meat-and-potatoes-overview

Have a read of the above.

Well, thank you for your lovely answer. I can see I am the problem. I didn't have much money when I bought my first 2x4GB of RAM and I really thought I could upgrade it later by adding more 2x4GB of the SAME type of RAM from the SAME producer.
So I will probably try to sell of return the latest modules I bought.

And if there's no problem with the board could you please tell me why people who bought 4 modules of RAM from the same package are having the same issue? System posts fine with 2 modules installed but not with 4.
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Well, thank you for your lovely answer. I can see I am the problem. I didn't have much money when I bought my first 2x4GB of RAM and I really thought I could upgrade it later by adding more 2x4GB of the SAME type of RAM from the SAME producer.
So I will probably try to sell of return the latest modules I bought.

And if there's no problem with the board could you please tell me why people who bought 4 modules of RAM from the same package are having the same issue? System posts fine with 2 modules installed but not with 4.


Most probably for the same reasons specified above, in that stability need be dialled in correctly. If you read the article I linked you, it might become more apparent why that is.

Including the part where you attempted to make IT APPARENT, that there SHOULDN'T be an ISSUE by HIGHLIGHTING why you think there shouldn't be an issue. wink.gif
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