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That was going to be my question. Is this memory pretty much only for Skylake?

Yup, quad channel X99 is a real pain to O/C your memory, of course rolling quad channel vs dual channel, you really don't need to.

I'm running 64gb of memory rated at 3200 C16 1.35V for a Z170 board on my X99 set-up right now and best I've been able to pull off is 2666 C16 1.45V in quad channel and only after cranking my System Agent voltage way up.
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Building my first new rig this year since a few years ago, so this is great news as I love G.Skill and their lifetime warranties and I'll be making the move to Skylake thumb.gif
That 3466MHz is definitely looking like the sweet spot smile.gif

You realise lifetime warranty means nothing ? It`s just as long as they manufacture said product, not until your 90 and wish to RMA a kit you bought when you were a young man in your 20s.
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Depends on the IMC. My 5820K is handling 128GB DDR4-3000 RAM just fine, and that is at 14-14-14-34 timing.
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I wish HEDT wasn't so far behind the mainstream lineup (generational not performance). I would like to upgrade for all the fancy NVME stuff but I really want to get away from mainstream sockets. I think I am just going to wait for Zen and switch it all up, I'm sure I will be able to get all the bells and whistles on AM4 without having to worry about this segregation of feature sets and processors.
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What about us ITX users running dual-channel memory on X99? I was really hoping to grab a 4000+ Mhz 16GB kit along with Broadwell-E, but now I see people claiming that the IMC on Broadwell-E won't be able to handle that? What is the real story here? If it can't then I am going to stick with the 3466Mhz 32GB kit and call it a day... I find it hard to believe that Broadwell-E couldn't handle 4000+ Mhz on dual channel though.

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You realise lifetime warranty means nothing ? It`s just as long as they manufacture said product, not until your 90 and wish to RMA a kit you bought when you were a young man in your 20s.
Yes, I'm well aware of what a lifetime warranty is and what it actually means. Regardless, I've had to RMA a kit or two through them before, one being about 3 1/2 years old and they replaced it no problem. When a company treats me well and has something nice like that, good customer service and do it quickly like they were for myself on several occasions, I find that a plus. Nothing more nothing less, I like G. Skill for their quality and service due to good experiences that's all. smile.gif
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Depends on the IMC. My 5820K is handling 128GB DDR4-3000 RAM just fine, and that is at 14-14-14-34 timing.

Is that a kit specified to be quad channel at those speeds and timings?

I'm talking about buying a kit who's XMP timings are specified to be z170 dual channel kit and using it in an X99 quad channel system. Generally speaking you won't sniff the advertised numbers doing that (hence why 3000 mhz memory specced as Z170 is so much cheaper than 3000mhz memory specced as X99)
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What about us ITX users running dual-channel memory on X99? I was really hoping to grab a 4000+ Mhz 16GB kit along with Broadwell-E, but now I see people claiming that the IMC on Broadwell-E won't be able to handle that? What is the real story here? If it can't then I am going to stick with the 3466Mhz 32GB kit and call it a day... I find it hard to believe that Broadwell-E couldn't handle 4000+ Mhz on dual channel though.

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AFAIK Broadwell-E isn't going to be any different than Haswell-E, so ~3400 is about as far as you can go on memory through stretching the BCLK.
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AFAIK Broadwell-E isn't going to be any different than Haswell-E, so ~3400 is about as far as you can go on memory through stretching the BCLK.

What if you are highly overclocking the CPU as well? Will that hurt your chances of meshing with the XMP or increase them?

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Has anybody seen these in retail? They said June, but i haven't found a single store selling.
    
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