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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-30-2019, 05:56 PM - Thread Starter
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Has anyone tried Patriot Viper RGB 4133 DDR4 or can recommend some good ram?

I was thinking about buying some of this ram because it looks good on paper.
It's on the hardwareluxx B-Die list PVR416G413C9K 2x8GB DDR4-4133 19-21-21-41 1.40V but not on the QVL for my Maximus X Hero.
The other potential issue I might have is that I'm running memory cooling with the Monarch water block and not sure if the RGB will cause a height problem with the clamp plates.
Currently I'm running Kingston HyperX Preditor HX440C19PB3K2 / 16 at 4000MHz 16-16-16-37 but pushing about 1.47v to get that frequency.
The problem is that I can't spend over $400nzd including freight on Amazon before incurring taxes of over 15% so the more popular G.Skill is just out of my reach.
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why in the world are you "upgrading" from 4000 to 4133?

1.47v is perfectly fine to run 24/7.

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4000 CL16 is FAR faster than 4133 CL19


People have been running 1.5 volts for ram for a year on some setups.

VERY rough way of getting a dirty performance guide, rated speed divided by CAS latency. Obviously bandwidth is king in the long run, but RESPONSE and memory efficiency is important as well.


Also, if you are simply hitting the "XMP" button inside the BIOS to activate your current 4000mhz speed, you are giving up potentially quite a lot of performance. Have some fun manually tweaking, and get rid of that desire to upgrade such a tiny insignificant amount.
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Quote: Originally Posted by mattliston View Post
4000 CL16 is FAR faster than 4133 CL19


People have been running 1.5 volts for ram for a year on some setups.

VERY rough way of getting a dirty performance guide, rated speed divided by CAS latency. Obviously bandwidth is king in the long run, but RESPONSE and memory efficiency is important as well.


Also, if you are simply hitting the "XMP" button inside the BIOS to activate your current 4000mhz speed, you are giving up potentially quite a lot of performance. Have some fun manually tweaking, and get rid of that desire to upgrade such a tiny insignificant amount.
I had to put some work into getting it where it is as the XMP was throwing lots of errors and barely booting.

Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
why in the world are you "upgrading" from 4000 to 4133?

1.47v is perfectly fine to run 24/7.
That's good to hear. I didn't realize 1.47v is ok 24/7.
Will just keep what I have then and save up for a new monitor
I wasn't sure if 4000MHz CL16 was good enough or if I could do better.

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Sounds like kind of a side grade. 1.47v is safe, they sell kits that use 1.5v out of the box.

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Quote: Originally Posted by munternet View Post
I had to put some work into getting it where it is as the XMP was throwing lots of errors and barely booting.



That's good to hear. I didn't realize 1.47v is ok 24/7.
Will just keep what I have then and save up for a new monitor
I wasn't sure if 4000MHz CL16 was good enough or if I could do better.

Cheers for the advice guys, appreciate it



Apologies, didnt read the part number and realize you started with a CL19 kit you got to CL16.


Well, unless you want some further tweaking done, I think you are actually running that kit fairly close to what it can do.


Nothing like a little extra voltage to see if it can be pushed further!! 4ghz CL15 would be awesome to see lol
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Quote: Originally Posted by mattliston View Post
Apologies, didnt read the part number and realize you started with a CL19 kit you got to CL16.


Well, unless you want some further tweaking done, I think you are actually running that kit fairly close to what it can do.


Nothing like a little extra voltage to see if it can be pushed further!! 4ghz CL15 would be awesome to see lol
I'm game to give it a try. The ram is water cooled and this is OCN after all

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mess with your secondaries/tertiaries too, not just primaries. you're giving up a lot of performance if you leave them on auto especially at higher RAM clocks. your motherboard sets them super safe and conservative the higher you go.

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Apologies, didnt read the part number and realize you started with a CL19 kit you got to CL16.


Well, unless you want some further tweaking done, I think you are actually running that kit fairly close to what it can do.


Nothing like a little extra voltage to see if it can be pushed further!! 4ghz CL15 would be awesome to see lol

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
mess with your secondaries/tertiaries too, not just primaries. you're giving up a lot of performance if you leave them on auto especially at higher RAM clocks. your motherboard sets them super safe and conservative the higher you go.




4000 CL15 on B-Die is ezpz.
I spent a few days on the different settings but these particular sticks seem fairly stubborn. They weren't even close to booting at XMP.
My 2 sets of Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz C16 B-Die were easy to get to 4200MHz (32GB T-Topology and not fully tested for errors, but booting and running windows fine) but I wanted to put the water cooling on and the PCB's were too tall.
I think maybe the PCB is made better or something and they are dual rank if that makes any difference?
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