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|08-24-2019 03:03 AM|
This kit is b-die and only fills 2 slot. You can add 32GB more in the future but some would not recommend such even if same kit.
|08-24-2019 02:35 AM|
|Lexi is Dumb||
It's obscenely expensive with not a whole lot of reason to bother. I'd suggest finding a 3200 CL14 or 3600 CL16 kit and just overclocking it or tighten the timings.
I don't like the look or the RGB on it, but this is probably what I'd end up getting.
|08-24-2019 01:40 AM|
Micron E-die can be easy to setup.
My kits do 3933/4000Mhz @ 1.200V XMP settings 4x8Gb (126.96.36.199.80) (1-3clicks OK)
3800Mhz 1:1 1900fclk was no issues what so ever. Though my kits aren't the best ones for main timings, there are newer better micron E-die today that do lower tRCDRD than mine do.
3800 CL15/188.8.131.52.66 580 1.450V possible
3800 CL184.108.40.206.66 580 1.550V possible.
These can run 4600Mhz 2x8Gb or as I've currently trying to fix up 4266Mhz 4x8Gb.(work in progress)
I've got some 16nm variants from Kingston.
|08-19-2019 08:37 PM|
Good point. I forgot to say my kit is the fastest dual rank 32GB kit available from G.Skill it is officially rated at DDR4 4000 CL19-19-19-39 1.4 volts. You can not find any dual rank kit above 4000mhz. I am not sure for what reason. But it is apparent from all reviews that 4 dimms on Ryzen 3000 (presumably single rank) can outperform 2 dual rank dimms as far as both speed and tightness of timings. I wish AMD had made that clear prior to my purchase. By the way, that 3800mhz 4dimm 32GB Neo kit will automatically set flclock when you use it's xmp
setting out of the box.
|08-19-2019 10:54 AM|
setting out of the box.
|08-19-2019 05:20 AM|
Sorry you've had this post up for 12 hours and no one has responded to try and help you out. Seems this website has alot of folks who don't care to help someone curious and new to PC like myself but instead boast about their things and rant about rumors or irrelevant things.
And if you don't get a reply don't take it personal. I am sure it happens to everyone once in a while. (;-)
|08-18-2019 08:08 PM|
|08-18-2019 07:47 PM|
I prefer 2×16gb kits if some day you want 64gb also memory controller of CPU not being stressed as much atleast from what I've heard.
Those should be B-die, there is also a 3600 cl14 " " " kit of the neo that are exclusively B-die chips. They are high priced and don't find them to be worth it considering the kit you picked out is more than likely also b-die and with some tuning can reach the same timings
|08-18-2019 04:17 PM|
Just get some good quality bdie. Currently rocking 2 of these kits @ 3666 cl14 1:1.
|08-18-2019 04:02 PM|
B-Die is B-Die is B-Die. Outside the really cheap trash-bins like the Antec 1/3 Series DDR4-2400, they all are going to be able to run roughly the same timings at roughly the same clocks.
Some people say that 3200 CL14 is the best and others say 3600 CL15 is the best and others say the >4000 frequency 1.35v kits are the best but until someone buys a huge truck load of RAM and bins it I'm convinced people dunno what they're talking about.
Anything but trash B-Die will be able to do CL15 @ 3600 at 1.4v. My ram is nothing special and at 1.45v will do 3600 CL13, 4000 CL15, and 4160 at CL16 with tight secondaries/tertiaries.
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