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Originally Posted by Dreemlan View Post

So, what motherboard and ram is the best for the 1700 in terms of maximum performance?

Well you can probably do with any of the manufacturers high end boards. A board with an adjustable base clock will allow you to get some interesting memory overclock, Highest memory overclock I've seen was someone running 3700. Far as memory, there are some kits that will overclock very well with 14 timings. I would pick a mobo based on your tastes then research memory kits for it. The QVL is not the only memory that would be good for your system.
Edited by Gigabytes - 4/23/17 at 3:23pm
post #9712 of 11578
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Originally Posted by Gigabytes View Post

Well you can probably do with any of the manufacturers high end boards. A board with an adjustable base clock will allow you to get some interesting memory overclock, Highest memory overclock I've seen was someone running 3669. Far as memory, there are some kits that will overclock very well with 14 timings. I would pick a mobo based on your tastes then research memory kits for it. The QVL is not the only memory that would be good for your system.

Thanks! I'll take a look at some. Isn't there something with Ryzen where timings on RAM aren't as important as speed or something to that regard? Sorry, I know next to nothing about RAM and motherboards really, lol.
post #9713 of 11578
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Originally Posted by Dreemlan View Post

Thanks! I'll take a look at some. Isn't there something with Ryzen where timings on RAM aren't as important as speed or something to that regard? Sorry, I know next to nothing about RAM and motherboards really, lol.

It's safe to say the speed of your memory will always trump the latency when it comes to performance, but if you can get speed and low latency then your a special snowflake with impressive bench marking results.
post #9714 of 11578
Is 50€ worth between g.skill
3200MHz CL16(16 18 18)and 3200MHz cl14(14 14 14), both RGB trident Z
Any using it?
post #9715 of 11578
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Originally Posted by IRobot23 View Post

Is 50€ worth between g.skill
3200MHz CL16(16 18 18)and 3200MHz cl14(14 14 14), both RGB trident Z
Any using it?

The cl14 is working better, right now.

the cl16 may work as well, later. but not right now.
post #9716 of 11578
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Originally Posted by IRobot23 View Post

Is 50€ worth between g.skill
3200MHz CL16(16 18 18)and 3200MHz cl14(14 14 14), both RGB trident Z
Any using it?

I am running F4-3200C16D-16GVKB (SK Hynix) in a Asus Prime X370-PRO mobo (BIOS 0515) at 3200 with 16-16-16-16-34 timings. Voltages are +0.0250v core offset, +0.0500v SOC offset, DRAM is 1.390v with CPU running in Auto XFR mode. The CPU overclocking profiles will go manual and can have substantially more voltage. I know many people are not able to get the Tridents up to 3200 but they are getting 2666 with 12 cas, some have seen 2933 at 14. I am not guarantying you will get the memory I have running at 3200 but the good news is you know at least one person who does.
post #9717 of 11578
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Time to make this a little more presentable plus im getting older my knees are killing me...

20170423_171134_zps8no0l5ab.jpg

Trackball deserves own place of prominence. Have you ever replaced it?
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Originally Posted by Gigabytes View Post

I am running F4-3200C16D-16GVKB (SK Hynix) in a Asus Prime X370-PRO mobo (BIOS 0515) at 3200 with 16-16-16-16-34 timings. Voltages are +0.0250v core offset, +0.0500v SOC offset, DRAM is 1.390v with CPU running in Auto XFR mode. The CPU overclocking profiles will go manual and can have substantially more voltage. I know many people are not able to get the Tridents up to 3200 but they are getting 2666 with 12 cas, some have seen 2933 at 14. I am not guarantying you will get the memory I have running at 3200 but the good news is you know at least one person who does.

note. more users are having less difficulty with cas 14 tridentz at 3200 yes? 50 dollars worth less? Dunno. I think more of the 3200 cas 16 kits could get to 3200 but it would take more experienced approach than just setting them manually and rebooting. Clearly does otherwise you wouldn't be an exception.
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Trackball deserves own place of prominence. Have you ever replaced it?
note. more users are having less difficulty with cas 14 tridentz at 3200 yes? 50 dollars worth less? Dunno. I think more of the 3200 cas 16 kits could get to 3200 but it would take more experienced approach than just setting them manually and rebooting. Clearly does otherwise you wouldn't be an exception.

If anyone is looking for new memory I personally would wait until the new AGESA code is released in May, probably nearer the end of month by time it filters down to a new BIOS. I know the AGESA they released beginning of April helped the Tridents, it also improved latency but introduced other issues for various memories. For example on Prime X370 pro 0604 bios I cannot get my memory over 2400.
post #9719 of 11578
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

QUESTION!!!

Which Ram kit should I go with?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820232488

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820232492

Mainly doing premier, after effects, and gaming. thumb.gif

I would go with the 3600 kit myself.
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

Hmmm, I'll double check, this is the closest I could find...

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820236029&Tpk=corsair%20dominator%20platinum

Do not get that. All the Corsair DDR4 has a ver number on the back, and the ver # you want is 4.31 . That kit has 4.24 which is Samsung but probably not B-die.
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Originally Posted by Dreemlan View Post

So, what motherboard and ram is the best for the 1700 in terms of maximum performance?

RAM: Anything DDR4-3600 or higher is guaranteed B-die. You can pump in more volts to get what you want, stopping somewhere in the range of 1.4-1.45v vDIMM, so don't worry too much about the advertised XMP settings.

Motherboard: I recommend the C6H or Taichi (or Fatal1ty X370 Pro which is basically the same board). Availability on the ASRock boards is still poor. The ASRock boards seem a bit more reliable but the c6H is probably better for absolute max benching capability.
post #9720 of 11578
buy cl16 and oc to cl14, buy cl14 and oc to cl12. so you have to think about it as 12 or 14 maybe...
Edited by MrPerforations - 4/23/17 at 5:33pm
    
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