Need help picking new Ram

Discussion in 'Memory' started by bondibro, Feb 15, 2021.

  1. bondibro

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    Hi all,

    Looking to upgrade the memory on my setup. I currently using a 10900k with asus maximus extreme xii. I currently have Corsair Vengance 32gb 3200mhz (CMK32GX4M4B3200C16W), but looking to move this along and go back to 64GB mem.

    Can you please help me, I am looking at around 4000+ mhz with better timings. Your help would be greatly apprecaited.

    Cheers
     
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    bondibro

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    anyone have this setup and recommend?
     
  3. integralfx

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    I don't think it's likely to run 64GB at 4000MHz, since they're all going to be dual rank 16Gb ICs. I would be expecting mid-3000s with that much RAM.

    edit: Above is not 100% correct.

    Your best bet is to get sticks with 16Gb Micron Rev. B as they'll be single rank and OC really well. Your next best option would be dual rank B-die but good luck running that at 4000MHz.
     
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    On Intel , can do 4800 CL14 @ 1T .
    AMD is a bit slower but you get the idea with this G Skill RAM :)

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    Just ran some benches at 4800 and seems like it doesn't make a lot of difference :(

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  7. The Beast

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    I have a pair of these 2x16Gb coming in next week, they are rated for 3800 c14 and are B-Die, so should get 4000+ with a bit of tweaking.
    Igor's Lab was able to get up to 4700Mhz on them with a 10900K system and a ASUS Maximus XII Apex motherboard.

    F4-3800C14D-32GTZN-G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd.

    I'm going to use them with Zen3 however, so sticking to 3800 for 1:1 infinity cache most likely.

    Not cheap either, you could buy two kits to make 64Gb but that would leave a hole in your wallet!
    Not sure where to get them in Australia, I'm in Europe and am still waiting on my order.
     
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