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think i read somewhere 3733 is the top tier on a 1:1 divider, and anything over that speed it splits to 2:1.... anyone else see that?
I expect there to be manual control over the divider, at least on some boards, and for the actual maximum fabric clock to vary based on sample.

Anyway, it seems that anything 3200MT/s and above should do alright and I'm just going to use the 64GiB of Hynix AFR I've already got...tested it and it appears to be good for 3200 CL14 or 3333 CL15 with enough volts.

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according to OcUK Staff over at overclockers.co.uk
easy on all the x570 boards he tested to get 3733 with 32GB (4x8GB or 2x16GB modules)
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I've gone for G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 3200 CL14 for the 3900X. It's B-die (although that's not supposed to be an issue now) and AMD official RAM speed is listed at 3200. I'm hoping they'll work well with it!
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I went for 32GB 4000 CL19. The price difference between DDR4 3600 CL18 and 4000 CL19 is less than 30USD. Also lot of 32GB kits 3600 + are out of stock. I can always underclock the ram timing.
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http://download.gigabyte.eu/FileList...me_matisse.pdf
they have added the memory support list-maybe that helps.
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I've gone for G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 3200 CL14 for the 3900X. It's B-die (although that's not supposed to be an issue now) and AMD official RAM speed is listed at 3200. I'm hoping they'll work well with it!
You should not have any issue setting it at manufacturer's spec. I have G.Skill FlareX 3200 CL 14 but 2×8. Was able to run it at 3200 CL14 DOCP(XMP) since Sept 2017 on a B350 motherboard.

Sweet spot for Ryzen 2, though, is 3600 CL16.

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You should not have any issue setting it at manufacturer's spec. I have G.Skill FlareX 3200 CL 14 but 2×8. Was able to run it at 3200 CL14 DOCP(XMP) since Sept 2017 on a B350 motherboard.

Sweet spot for Ryzen 2, though, is 3600 CL16.
I reckon I can get upto 4000 on them, 3600 should be easy but will see on Monday I suppose!
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I reckon I can get upto 4000 on them, 3600 should be easy but will see on Monday I suppose!
Could you update the thread with your results when you get everything all set up? I also bought the same G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 3200 CL14 kit, but I'm waiting for the Crosshair VIII Impact or Strix ITX to release.

Honestly still undecided on if I want to get the 3700X, 3900X or 3950X. Everything is such a big upgrade from this 4c/4t 3570K!

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I have Gskill 3433 CAS 16 4x16GB on my x3900 (Gigabyte Master x570), boots stable at 3133MHZ (CAS16), will not boot at all at 3200 (CAS16,17 or 18), also does not work at anything less than CAS16 all the way down to 2666, so I'd keep that in mind.
I have a second set of Gskill 64GB 3200 (CAS 16) these are much cheaper and do about the same 3000MHZ (CAS16 slightly tighter timings).

Note: Stable is Prime95 (23 threads) using 62GB of memory for at least 6 hours. Simply put if it boots it seems stable on this MB, but booting is a royal pain it you mess up can take 30 minutes to straighten it self out and much swearing (not sure if that helps, but I feel better doing it).

I'm often surprised the number of people with 16GB on a 12 core or looking at a 16 core chip. I kind of figure you need 4GB per core or 2GB per thread so 48GB would be a sweet spot and 32GB the minimum I'd want or either 12 or 16 cores.

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Could you update the thread with your results when you get everything all set up? I also bought the same G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 3200 CL14 kit, but I'm waiting for the Crosshair VIII Impact or Strix ITX to release.

Honestly still undecided on if I want to get the 3700X, 3900X or 3950X. Everything is such a big upgrade from this 4c/4t 3570K!
I also picked up a 2x16gb trident z 3200cl14 kit. I'm curious to see how these will run with the new Ryzen setups. I am leaning towards the 3900x for me and 3700x for the build I'm doing for my friend. I'm coming from a 4790k and he still has a 2700k so should be some huge leaps for us as well.

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