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Most 8gb sticks are single rank if I'm not mistaken. Dual rank is where the problems are. With 2x16 not many can go 3200+, and with 4x16 2400-2666 seems to be the average.
If you are on a purely gaming rig chances are you are sticking with 16gb of RAM, or at most 32GB, so it should not be a problem. 64gb is an obscene amount for average desktop use and a waste for gaming at this point in time, and gaming is where most of the noticeable gains from high speed RAM happen. Still, depending on your hardware setup, 2400-2666mhz RAM is not a bad thing.
Edited by Melcar - 9/22/17 at 12:14am
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2*16GB is actually more recommended than populating all the slots as you are already affected by pcb traces lol.

out of the 4 slots you have, try to test each and you will find that not all of those can accept the same timings once you go tighter. rolleyes.gif nor can clock the same as most probably the 2nd slot from the socket.
Edited by mus1mus - 9/22/17 at 2:51am
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All i know is I am able to boot at 3600 16-16-16-36 1T memory now, same voltages etc have yet to test for stability but never was able to post before.
Very nice, which voltage are you applying?
Edited by Whatisthisfor - 9/22/17 at 6:57am
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Thank you very much @mus1mus I will check those setting out.

@Melcar My rig is mostly CAD with a small amount of gaming. The only real game I have played in the past year and a half is FO4 which I have racked up about 1900 hours playing, by comparison DE:MD which I have played through twice is at about 70 hours. I spend most of the day every day in Fusion 360.
Edited by WheresWally - 9/22/17 at 7:50am
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TridentZ 3200 F4-3200C14D-16GTZ worked like a charm. Just enabled XMP and viola.

Now I feel like I should be doing something with the extra speed.
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TridentZ 3200 F4-3200C14D-16GTZ worked like a charm. Just enabled XMP and viola.

Now I feel like I should be doing something with the extra speed.

Play games.
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TridentZ 3200 F4-3200C14D-16GTZ worked like a charm. Just enabled XMP and viola.

Now I feel like I should be doing something with the extra speed.

That’s Giga’s strength for you!

Verify stability and Voila! Perfectly tuned system!
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Very nice, which voltage are you applying?

Ram is https://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-3600c16d-16gtzr

1.36v on the ram. Also running the soc at "+0.06xx" oand some other voltages a one of 2 steps over the base (one of the, is 2.5v at normal im running a 2.580 or one that is normal at 1.8v im running 1.860 etc...

Not using XPM, setting the timming manually. I have yet to see if I can go higher or use tighter timmings. Will check tonight.
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TridentZ 3200 F4-3200C14D-16GTZ worked like a charm. Just enabled XMP and viola.

I'm using the F4-3200C16D-16GTZR sticks, but cant get XMP to work, sitting at F6 bios atm, what bios are using?
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I don't know how to check my IC
Other people with the same ram sticks have similar problems
I don't want to over-volt my ram.

max volt is 1.35
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