Micron E-Die and Samsung B-Die 32GB (2x16GB) kits

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  1. SKITZ0_000

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    Hi all,

    I'm preparing for gen3 Ryzen, and I'm pretty sure my current RAM isn't going to be able to achieve the speeds I'm after. I really want to push my UCLK:FCLK as far to the ~1900 limit as I can, with as much memory bandwidth/lowest latency as possible. So ideally 3600C14+ speeds minimum (but 3733/3800 is the dream).

    On top of this, I need memory capacity and really want memory interleaving (thus 2x dual rank 16GB sticks).

    From a bit of research and experimenting with the latest Ryzen calc it looks like Samsung B-Die, though getting rarer still holds the crown, with Micron E-Die a promising newcomer which would also perform well.

    I've searched but a lot of the IC information is quite dated, does any one know or have any 2x16gb kits who can confirm their memory IC's? (Using Typhoon Burner)

    I already have Hynix AFR and CJR kits, the AFR can push very aggressive timings but lacks in clockspeed, the CJR is the opposite.

    So far the only decent priced kit I've been able to find is CMT32GX4M2C3200C16, Corsair Dominator Platinum 3200-C16 (confirmed b-die from Asrock compatibility list), though I'm concerned this will be binned at the bottom of the barrel, it is currently my de facto choice.

    Sorry for the long OP.

    Hopefully this can also be a source for others looking to maximize their Ryzen gen3 performance.
     
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    How do you tell what die it is? Cpuz?

    I got a pair of 8gb 3200 and it's happy at 3800 c18,20,20,40,cr2 1.35v

    Haven't spent much time trying for higher and I'm reluctant to hit the 1.4v button
     
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