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post #21 of 38 (permalink) Old 08-06-2019, 05:43 AM
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I didn't have any trouble with throwing in 4 sticks (2-2x8gb kits) of 3600mhz ram that was advertised as Intel platform, all I had to do was set the profile and reboot. I know 3600mhz isn't blowing any doors off but it was a pleasurable experience compared to getting 3200mhz to work on my 2700x.
It's been proven that 3200-3600 CL14 is the best for Zen 2. Above 3600 timings begin to rise and ratio's get messed up, causing performance loss.

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B-Die Finder says no on these. There is one letter off, but could just be unknown to them.

TXBD416G4133HC18EDC01 is verified B Die
TXKD416G4133HC18FDC01 is what shows on these. Just one little letter.



It is most likely just an unknown kit like you said. Given that it has flat timings at 4133 speeds we can almost guarantee just by looking at the specs that it is B-Die. Either that, or a godly level golden kit of another chip.

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I'm done with G.Skill and Corsair over priced kits. Bought 4 sets of Team Group's Xtreem kits which all have B-Die ram.

https://www.newegg.com/team-16gb-288...82E16820331244
That is a sooolid find. Do you know if the heat spreaders can be removed easily? Am assuming it's not necessary, but haven't had a kit that high frequency before....
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Zen2 max is 3800MHz. After that, u have to break the ratio between mclk and fclk which results in lower performance.
But, you can somewhat make up for the asynchronous UCLK and FCLK with enough speed, but we're talking 4333 speeds and who would want to bother with that.


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I'm done with G.Skill and Corsair over priced kits. Bought 4 sets of Team Group's Xtreem kits which all have B-Die ram.

https://www.newegg.com/team-16gb-288...82E16820331244
You are so right. The 4 dimm 32GB kit will undoubtedly be priced over $500. For a 1 or 2% performance gain , it is not worth it. Right now I have a 32GB 2 dimm dual rank G. Skill kit ated at DDR4 4000 CL19-19-19-39 running at 3600mhz CL14-15-16-16-34-48-356. That is pretty damn good. I paid $319 for this kit from Newegg 4 weeks ago. The Neo kit at the price they will charge is strictly for bragging rights and is not worth the price for the piddling performance game achieved with it.

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These look to be B-die as well.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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ITS A TRAP!

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Haha... I think the RGB can be disabled. Or removed...

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Haha... I think the RGB can be disabled. Or removed...
I would see if you can find a video on the software it uses before you buy them, if the rgb functionality matters to you. Some of these RGB things are friendly to turning the lights off, and some of it is like corsair (rainbow vomit unless the software is running in the background).

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