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C14 the best will do 1.55 for 4k. The wost 1.6v

c15 the best will do 4200&1.5v , the worst [email protected]

Look at production date if possible. So far those binn in aug 2020 seems the best
Yes i know the best binned of this kit came from the second half of 2020, but i don't think i can check the date before the purchase and i don't even know how to check it. Btw thanks very much for the infos regarding timings/voltage and relative bin quality
 

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Cl14 3800 is better than cl16 4000 your current sticks will overclock better too. My 3200 cl14 kit does 4000 cl16 1.45 but won't do cl15 1.5. your 3800 kit will do 4k cl15 more than likely.
Hmm, so You think it's pointless to wait for these "magical" Ryzen 5000 mem kits? I mean, will there be some feelable upgrade from my current memory to the dual rank b-die one? Do You think I'll be able to get at least 5-7% boost to my system regarding CPU raw power?
 

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Hmm, so You think it's pointless to wait for these "magical" Ryzen 5000 mem kits? I mean, will there be some feelable upgrade from my current memory to the dual rank b-die one? Do You think I'll be able to get at least 5-7% boost to my system regarding CPU raw power?
That cpu won't run 5k memory speed
 

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You think it's pointless to wait for these "magical" Ryzen 5000 mem kits?
Yes, absolutely. Your current memory is already pretty much ideal for Ryzen 5000. With some manual tuning your sticks will be as good as any other memory, or at least very very close.
 

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Yes i know the best binned of this kit came from the second half of 2020, but i don't think i can check the date before the purchase and i don't even know how to check it. Btw thanks very much for the infos regarding timings/voltage and relative bin quality
The back of the box has a little window for the sticks. Check the hologram sticker on the ram for the date. Easy to do in a physical shop...with a large online retailer I doubt it's possible.
 

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That cpu won't run 5k memory speed
Erm, You missed that one. There's Ryzen 3000 series Neo Memory kits [by G.Skill] for Zen 2 CPUs and than there's Ryzen 5000 series Neo Memory kits [by G.Skill] for Zen 3 CPU's]

You know, the ones from the top of the topic?

So I mean whether You think that the 550e kit You advised me will be better than the G.Skill Neo Ryzen 5000 series RAM's.

Thank You :)
 

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Erm, You missed that one. There's Ryzen 3000 series Neo Memory kits [by G.Skill] for Zen 2 CPUs and than there's Ryzen 5000 series Neo Memory kits [by G.Skill] for Zen 3 CPU's]

You know, the ones from the top of the topic?

So I mean whether You think that the 550e kit You advised me will be better than the G.Skill Neo Ryzen 5000 series RAM's.

Thank You :)
Doesn't matter the cpu imc won't run 5k memory speeds without some insane voltage that isn't safe to run 24/7.
 

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Doesn't matter the cpu imc won't run 5k memory speeds without some insane voltage that isn't safe to run 24/7.
Dude, I'm NOT writing about 5000 MHz memory. I'm talking about best memory for Ryzen 5000 series. 5950X, 5900X, 5800X, 5600X, You got me now? :) best 5000 series is 4000 MHz due to native 2000 MHz FCLK. I know that much. The only thing I struggle with are timings, brands, b-die vs. a, d, m & c die and others.

So my question is, do You think the mem kit is worth the wait? The one I twice linked?
 

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Right now i've found the F4-3600C14D-32GVK avaiable at 270€ in many european stores, which seems like a pretty good kit too. My target is to achieve 4000c14 (watercooled) pairing it with a 5950x. What's your opinion about this one compared to the 4266c17/4000c17 kits?
 

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Dude, I'm NOT writing about 5000 MHz memory. I'm talking about best memory for Ryzen 5000 series. 5950X, 5900X, 5800X, 5600X, You got me now? :) best 5000 series is 4000 MHz due to native 2000 MHz FCLK. I know that much. The only thing I struggle with are timings, brands, b-die vs. a, d, m & c die and others.

So my question is, do You think the mem kit is worth the wait? The one I twice linked?
LOL NATIVE 2ghz fclk? Have fun with them whea errors lol. But for real throw your money at any super high end bdie kit they are all pretty much the same.
 

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LOL NATIVE 2ghz fclk? Have fun with them whea errors lol. But for real throw your money at any super high end bdie kit they are all pretty much the same.
Yeah, well, now I'm running 3800 MHz/1900 MHz and I have 0 WHEA errors, You think that from 1900 MHz to 2000 MHz it would start? I've had them, like 1000 BiOS versions back, but now I'm cool [3202].

So You think it's a no go for 4000 MHz memory? :(
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Yeah, well, now I'm running 3800 MHz/1900 MHz and I have 0 WHEA errors, You think that from 1900 MHz to 2000 MHz it would start? I've had them, like 1000 BiOS versions back, but now I'm cool [3202].

So You think it's a no go for 4000 MHz memory? :(
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probably. go as tight as you can at 3800
 
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