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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-15-2019, 12:58 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by supermiguel View Post
Whats the part number for the cl14? Also anything better out there for the z390 platform?
Take your pick
https://www.gskill.com/en/finder?cat...prop_3=3200MHz
3600c15 and 4000c17 are the same chips binned higher so that they need less v to reach high clocks as such they cost more.
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Just go with C14s, they can work great for either platform, however just keep in mind if you need 32GB or 64GB, get a complete kit and not two 8GB or 16GB kits.
what is the difference vs getting a 16GB kit and later adding another one on-demand?
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what is the difference vs getting a 16GB kit and later adding another one on-demand?
You are quite likely to get difference IC's, even though the part number is the same. This is why they "match" a set.

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So far the only IC that have ever been used in kit's that fast are Samsung b die so unless they bring out a new DDR4 chip just before we move to DDR5 I think you are fairly safe in that respect.
The difference as far as I am aware is in the sub timings they are set to a more stable setting for the memory controller when running 4 sticks with XMP enabled.
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