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MSI Meg Creation X399 and GSkill Trident Z 3600?

I am doing a build and planning to use either the MSI Meg Creation X399 or Asus Zenith Extreme Alpha as a backup choice. My question is, I have GSkill Trident Z 3600 memory I would like to use with either of these motherboards. According to their web site specs, both are rated up to 3600 OC so in theory they should work fine according to their specs listed. Has anyone tried this memory with either of these motherboards or had issues? Should I buy new GSkill memory rated at 3200 instead for the build?

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I am doing a build and planning to use either the MSI Meg Creation X399 or Asus Zenith Extreme Alpha as a backup choice. My question is, I have GSkill Trident Z 3600 memory I would like to use with either of these motherboards. According to their web site specs, both are rated up to 3600 OC so in theory they should work fine according to their specs listed. Has anyone tried this memory with either of these motherboards or had issues? Should I buy new GSkill memory rated at 3200 instead for the build?

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Per link in my sig, I have a X399 Creation with a 2950X and 32GB of GSkill 3866 RGB (Samsung B-Die). While it won't run 3866 or even 3600, it does 3400 'supertight' (way tighter than stock spec timings), 3466 is fine too with just a bit loser timings (still tighter than stock 3866), and 3533 works at stock timings...all refer to RAM stock voltages and SoC at 1.032v...hope that helps.
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