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DDR4 4400+

I was looking over some of the high performance DDR4 memory kits available and found some from DDR4 4400 to DDR4 5000. Are there any CPU-motherboard combos that can actually run RAM at speeds of 4400+?
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Yes, for example a proper Z390 board with a Coffee Lake 9xxx CPU can do it but most of those kits force seriously high and often even dangerous IO/SA voltages and aren't always healthy for the CPU.

Then again, just find a cheaper 3xxxMhz kit with Samsung B-Die chips (like a 3200CL14 kit) and just overclock it manually to 4200+. Most if not all B-Die kits can manage those speeds pretty easily and basically all 4400-5000 kits use B-Die anyway..

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Most of the big, high-quality overclocking boards could handle those speeds. MSI Godlike, Maximus XI Hero, Aorus Ultra, etc

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Amazingly someone claims to have successfully managed to get DDR-4500 working on the techpowerup AIDA64 forum with a 32.8ns latency:

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...186338/page-38

There's a few others who have managed to get close to DDR-4500 as well.

The latencies for the ryzens and threadrippers are terrible by comparison, even if the threadrippers have massive bandwidth advantages.
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Amazingly someone claims to have successfully managed to get DDR-4500 working on the techpowerup AIDA64 forum with a 32.8ns latency:

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...186338/page-38

There's a few others who have managed to get close to DDR-4500 as well.

The latencies for the ryzens and threadrippers are terrible by comparison, even if the threadrippers have massive bandwidth advantages.

4500 is nothing, lol. Check out the Intel DDR4 thread. quite a few people at that speed but you need the right motherboard and you usually can't do it with more than 2 sticks.

WR is on AMD at DDR4-6054.

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Amazingly someone claims to have successfully managed to get DDR-4500 working on the techpowerup AIDA64 forum with a 32.8ns latency:

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...186338/page-38

There's a few others who have managed to get close to DDR-4500 as well.

The latencies for the ryzens and threadrippers are terrible by comparison, even if the threadrippers have massive bandwidth advantages.
my sticks can do 4500 with 14caslatency lol or 4000 12 11 11 28 1t
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Amazingly someone claims to have successfully managed to get DDR-4500 working on the techpowerup AIDA64 forum with a 32.8ns latency:

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...186338/page-38

There's a few others who have managed to get close to DDR-4500 as well.

The latencies for the ryzens and threadrippers are terrible by comparison, even if the threadrippers have massive bandwidth advantages.

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Do you have some place I could see various benches for your rig? Your memory overclock and CPU overclock must make for some impressive benches.
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What about DDR4-5000? Corsair has such a part. Has anyone been able to get it to work at DDR4-5000 in dual channel or quad channel configuration?

What about x299 can they manage DDR4-4500 speeds?
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4500 is nothing, lol. Check out the Intel DDR4 thread. quite a few people at that speed but you need the right motherboard and you usually can't do it with more than 2 sticks.

WR is on AMD at DDR4-6054.
That's one stick at DDR4-6054 and I can't help but notice they didn't include any AIDA 64 benches showing what kind of latency and bandwidth they're getting at that speed.
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