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post #11 of 21
I would just grab a 3200 kit with fast timings.
Edited by outofmyheadyo - 8/4/16 at 10:08am
post #12 of 21
Same boat since there are a lack of reviews on minunum framerate relevant to high skylake ddr4 memory speeds. I just ordered a pair of Gskill Tridents 8gbx2 3733 17-17-17-35 and am replacing 24gb of 3000mhz 15-15-15-28 corsair vengeance. All the gaming comparisons only show the diff between ram with a max of 3200 down to 2133, and the only one that goes higher is just "avg. fps". I hope #1 there is a diff. Since my 6700k is at 4.9ghz and I am running SLI GTX 1080 and raid0 ssd and #2 it works at rated speeds since this is the highest kit on my motherboard compatability list, although only the 4gb sticks of are listed in the gigabyte forum. Anyways thought I would wish you a happy first boot smile.gif
post #13 of 21
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Been awhile and first wanted to thank everyone for their input I decided to roll the dice on a micro center 6700k and plan to delid it at a later date.The reason which brought me back though is a friend of mine is trying to tell me to get 2x8gb 3400c16 gskill ram instead of either the 3600c15 or the 4133c19 ones. He said they were unstable but does that just have to do with the asrock z170m oc forumals xmp? If I enter in the ram manually and the imc is strong enough should I be able to get 3600 or 4133 stable?

Reading through the newegg reviews it seems alot of the people claiming "x-ram" can't hit rated speeds are using Asrock boards. I ram into it myself with the Z77-extreme4 and Z77-extreme6 where I needed about 1.7v to get my 2400MHz ram to work at rated speed. Also some say "you need a good motherboard to run these speeds", I am not sure Asrock is in their thoughts. I later bought a z77-gigabyte-ud5h and they booted at rated voltage. I dunno if it means anything, just my personal experience with two asrock boards. I am not putting down Asrock boards, I had a great experience with my two previous and only got rid of them because of that overvolting and LLC fiasco which hopefully is behind them. They are Asus engineers that quit because they thought they could make a better board afterall thumb.gif
Edited by chronicfx - 8/5/16 at 8:18am
post #14 of 21
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I ended up getting 2x8gb 3200 corsairs.

From what I remember reading around the web (grain of salt) 4133 over 2133 once your gpu is not your main bottleneck should yield ~10% performance gains. However, 4133 over 3600 only yields around 2-3% gains. Going off of the skylake ram stability thread in the intel cpu section of these forums the asrock z170 oc formula (I ended up getting the micro oc formula) someone on page 1 in the chart was only able to get 3600 ram stable and from what I've been told by a friend anything over 3400 is reletively unstable without lots of tweeking and luck.

My current plan is to upgrade into either sli or crossfire hbm2 cards next year and look into newer ddr4 modules that are more stable than current +3400 modules. Hopefully it isn't an asrock bios issue that can't run +3600 ram when I decide to upgrade.
post #15 of 21
3200 is good speed and I agree the gains don't happen unless you have high-end multi gpu beyond that. I will see for myself later on the 3733mhz ram as they are out for delivery by end of day. Good luck! thumb.gif
post #16 of 21
3200 is a nice stable frequency. I have 128GB of 3200 on both of my x99 boards and the computers are happy as can be running at 4.4GHz (5960x). Sure it could be pushed further, but reliability at this point is beautiful.
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3200 is a nice stable frequency. I have 128GB of 3200 on both of my x99 boards and the computers are happy as can be running at 4.4GHz (5960x). Sure it could be pushed further, but reliability at this point is beautiful.

What memory is on those two systems?
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I just put these in today and I am not totally sure about the stability since there are a couple strange variables at play.



1. My anniversary update for windows 10 went off like 20 minutes before I changed the ram...

2. My (norton sonar and firewall) antivirus then went to war with windows defender as I would get a popup that windows dedender disabled my norton smart firewall and sonar... I would then pop up norton and press "fix it" and fifteen minutes later or after a restart windows defender would take it back and disable the norton addins again..,

3. This was all during attempts to run time-spy to see if the ram
Made any difference. Problem is I never did make through a whiole run without a pop-up taking over and stopping the benchmark.. I also had two seperate unsuccesful boots that once I reloaded my bios saved overclock worked afterwards... That is all I was able to work on it since I "unfortunately" saw ghostbusters with my love tonight. Any thoughts on the windows update beong an issue for anyone else?
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