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Timing: 19-20-20-40. CAS Latency: 19. Voltage 1.35V.

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Timing 19-20-20-40
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Fast enough for Ryzen 3000?
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lol, I think I paid like $100 more for a mere 3200 6-9 months ago. Nice
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Fast enough for Ryzen 3000?
Buy RAMs for your chip or Buy chip for your RAMs?
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Equal to 3200 c16, or 3000 c15, right?
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please delete. found my answer.
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Equal to 3200 c16, or 3000 c15, right?
Somewhat, because HyperTransport in Ryzen is running at 3600MHz. So the 3600 is at a max transfer theory.
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Somewhat, because HyperTransport in Ryzen is running at 3600MHz. So the 3600 is at a max transfer theory.
But this is only in regards to 2000 line not the next gen chips coming in the next month or two? I've seen some of the recent board specs claiming upto 4000MHz support.
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Dang, good deal. I paid this much for 4 sticks at 3000Mhz 3 months ago. If I wasn't already in for that, I'd buy this. Dual channel would be less stress on my first gen Ryzen system and it'd play nice with third gen Ryzen, I bet.
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I bought these sticks for $230 6 months ago. Should I buy another pack and max out at 64GB on my 2700x??
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Fast enough for Ryzen 3000?
I'm not sure what you mean by fast enough. For ddr4 the default speeds is 2133Mhz. Thus, they will work with anything 2133Mhz and faster. (up to a limit). Supposedly 5000Mhz for the 3000, but that is via leaks and can be taken with a grain of salt.


Thus, 'fast enough,' yes. As fast as you want? That is left up to you and your needs.



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Equal to 3200 c16, or 3000 c15, right?

Basically, most of the overclock headroom is taken up out of the box. I have a pair of (2X16GB $159 now expired sale) Ballistix 3200Mhz 16-18-18-36 that I bought the other day they are currently very happy to run at 3533Mhz 16-19-19-38.


To put another way, I took a chance that I could get more speed out of the 3200Mhz ones, but looking at these, I don't seem them as equal.


While yes, they are proved at the factory to work at 3600Mhz c19 , and might be equal to 3200 c16 in latency, it is a shift at what goals one wants. Might these go to 4000Mhz at c19? Maybe. I really doubt that one could get tight timings of 3533Mhz 16-18-18-36 out of them though.


Did I take a chance at being able to overclock. Yep. It was a chance, but going the other way, lower CAS, most likely no chance at all.


The point is that with CAS 19 one is already boxed in a corner. While stock speeds/CAS may make 3200Mhz c16 (10ns) close to 3600Mhz c19 (10.5ns :: 1/1800*19*1000 ) they are not the same. The only direction you have to go in the Ripjaws is speed, where as with the c16 die, there is both speed and CAS to play with.

[EDIT to add, well it looks like some people have had luck going the other way with Ripjaws. /shrugs again YMMV
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9600k @ 5GHz | 570 @ 1400/8200 | 16GB @ 3800 CL162 points·3 days ago [reddit.com]

G.Skill has 18-22-22-42 and 19-20-20-40 both at 3600. Patriot has a 3733 17-21-21-41 kit.
I've binned 3 3600 19-20-20-40 Ripjaws V. Best one does 4000 16-22-22-42 1.45v. Next best does 3800 16-21-21-39 1.45v but the last one does only 3600 16-20-20-40 1.45v.
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I bought these sticks for $230 6 months ago. Should I buy another pack and max out at 64GB on my 2700x??

Overclocking might be iffy if they changed production runs. That is, they build these things with the chips they have in stock at the time, so while they might have binned to the same factory speed, that does not mean you are getting the same brand of chips even, although it is likely you are.


Secondly, it is also harder to overclock 4 X sticks vs 2 X sticks.


I bought two single sticks of 16GB RAM the other day and was worried about the pair being close enough to the same. When bought in sets, they come from the factory certified together, but bought at different times there is a still, while small, doubt if they will play well together over the rated speed.


It should not be a huge factor, but with any OC YMMV.
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While this is pretty good ram, it's virtually the same as 3000 CL16. You need to refer to the true latency (ns).

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comm...uivalance/

The higher clock speed (MHz) ram may bench noticeably better in throughput, but you have to improve about 10% in true latency to get about 1% better overall performance.

https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...is/10.html
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