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RAM compatible using 2x32GB g-skill-64gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram with other 16gb RAM?

Hi experts,

I'm using Asus TUF X570 + 2 SP RAM 8x2 gb , amd 3800x

I bought two RAM sticks for my setup, which are included below

Silicon Power 16GB (8GBx2) XPOWER Turbine Gaming DDR4 3200MHz


I want to add two additional RAMs for my setup which are 32gb each, so I can do additional virtualization and run additional programs without worry about memory.


Do you think this will work? I saw pc part picker saying that is compatible, however i'm concern about dual channel - quad channel
Has anyone tried using 2x32GB on asus tuf x570 ?

I have found the QLV for this, but I haven't seen that model,

Or I should go with Silicon Power 32GB (16GBx2) XPOWER RGB Turbine Gaming DDR4 3200MHz , so I can have 48gb of RAM? is that even supported?

Thank you,
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I think i've found this good post about mixing RAMs, however i would still need to see if 64gb ram still support in 32GBx2 DIMM ?

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The TUF is daisy chain, should be at least
Doing 4 dimm on a dual channel system is already an issue
Going with 4 dimms on a T-Topology board is slower but still fine as it does split the signal into 50/50%
Doing that on a daisy chain board asks for problems tho - as daisy chain runs 75/25%

Neverless what you pick, the 2nd set will be strongly bottlenecked on a daisy chain board, while the first one will OC well
I am not sure if ASUS bios allows to use split timings between two sets
But you will need to consider at least 4-5 things before doing this thing
- Which ICs are these, how much procODT is needed to run them = how much stress on the memory controller will exist
- Which PCB are these, that information is unknown till you buy them ~ while it's needed to know as A0 or B0 (dual rank) will run easier than A1 or A2 (important for positioning)
- How much time are you willing to spend to get that to run ~ i can pretty much say you will have issues alone because the board is daisy chain topology
- Are the kits single or dual ranked ~ this one is important, and does define how much stress the memory controller has to handle and how much voltage needs to be pushed through the board (manually, as such exotic setup was never predicted)
- Will you be happy with 3200MT/s at best

Like your linked review states, timings will vary and maximum speed will strongly be affected
But he used an more optimal scenario than you will face
All of his kits where single ranked, and the old kits might have even be the same IC

Mixing ICs is already annoying enough
Going with 4 dimms on a daisy chain board asks for issues
and then mixing single ranked and dual ranked will completely mess up timing prediction and require you days of testing with custom timings
The easiest resolve probably would be 2x 32gb dimms - for such an event, or 4x16 with the same IC inside
^ but two dimms remain preferred

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