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post #71 of 175 (permalink) Old 11-29-2019, 06:51 PM
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Hey guys just picked up the tuff board w a 3600 and 16gb of corsair 3600. decided to look at the memory this board is compatible with after the fact, and it isn't. What memory you guys recommend with this board?
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Hey guys just picked up the tuff board w a 3600 and 16gb of corsair 3600. decided to look at the memory this board is compatible with after the fact, and it isn't. What memory you guys recommend with this board?
So you went to https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards.../HelpDesk_QVL/ and read off the Memory_QVL_3rd_Gen_AMD_Ryzen_Processors_X570, right?

Reading directly from the white sticker on my RAM sticks and matching with the Asus TUF list, I had to scroll to G.SKILL F4-3600C16D-32GVKC 32GB(16GB*2) DS SK Hynix 16-19-19-39 1.35V 3600 3600.

Asus listed my RAM but put it under the 32GVKC 32GB(16GB*2) when I only bought 16GVKC 16GB(8GB*2). So they listed my RAM specs but listed them under 32GB. It was difficult to find and I needed to pay attention.

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Yes i checked it and it isnt there..i will look under the 32 gb like u did..or maybe just put the damn thing together and see what happens
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Yeah, in most cases you get 30 day return no question asked and even if it's not on the list it may still work though Ryzen can be particular. As long as it boots and plays nice at its rated specs you're golden.

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Ya ive been hearing its very sensitive to memeory ill just try it and if not return it to microcenter
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Hey guys just picked up the tuff board w a 3600 and 16gb of corsair 3600. decided to look at the memory this board is compatible with after the fact, and it isn't. What memory you guys recommend with this board?
just because its not listed on the QVL it doesn't mean its not compatible or that it wont work.
the vendors don't send every ram to get qualified.. plus there is new ram sets that weren't made when they were doing the qualifying.


i am personally using a Patriot Viper Gaming RGB set that is 4133 @ 19CL clocked down to 3600 @ 16CL. unfortunately my Ryzen 5 3600 wont post at 1900 FCLK

one thing to note, this board does not set auto timings well.. and it doesnt seem to auto train at all..
so if you have it running stock 2133 and then change the clock speed to 3600, it probably wont post if you leave everything else on auto.

use a program called aida64 and grab the ram timings and set them manually for whatever speed you want.

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I appreciate the info about the board. I actually returned that ram and picked up gskill 32gb set at 3200 at 16-18-18-38
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Honestly just looking at the brand (and sometimes even the model number) doesn't help at all when searching for compatible memory. For example Corsair is selling some sticks with absolutely random chips, the stick could have Hynix, Samsung or Micron chips under the hood. Which is why some people went as far as ordering multiple sets of the memory and returning all the ones which weren't Samsung...
For example Crucial with "AES"-string included in the model number is guaranteed to be a Micron e-die which runs absolutely fantastic on Ryzen. And to top it off, the e-die sticks are usually one of the cheapest sticks available in the current ram-market.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Tiihokatti View Post
Honestly just looking at the brand (and sometimes even the model number) doesn't help at all when searching for compatible memory. For example Corsair is selling some sticks with absolutely random chips, the stick could have Hynix, Samsung or Micron chips under the hood. Which is why some people went as far as ordering multiple sets of the memory and returning all the ones which weren't Samsung...
For example Crucial with "AES"-string included in the model number is guaranteed to be a Micron e-die which runs absolutely fantastic on Ryzen. And to top it off, the e-die sticks are usually one of the cheapest sticks available in the current ram-market.
I have micron e die chips, but they fail to run at anything higher than 3200

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