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If you need ram buy asap. Its possible ram prices may go up sharply soon due to japan not supplying key material to samsung and hynix due to the korea/japan trade war that just started

Those 2 companies control well over half the global memory market
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nvmd it's 2x sticks
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single stick, single channel memory performs notably worse than dual channel dual stick memory
Just buy two of them lol.
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If you need ram buy asap. Its possible ram prices may go up sharply soon due to japan not supplying key material to samsung and hynix due to the korea/japan trade war that just started

Those 2 companies control well over half the global memory market
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I have this in my HP 690-0024 Zen 2400g that has a crappy sunflower Mobo. Others with same system who upgraded ram complained of it only running at 2400 as opposed to 2666 (stock speed of OEM ram). I put in 16gb of this ram and it runs at 2666 without any modifications..I haven't looked into boosting the speed as 2666 is fine with me. In case anyone else has similar computer. There are lots with the 024-xxx number scheme, I understand most of them (if not all) have the same crap sunflower mobo
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If you need ram buy asap. Its possible ram prices may go up sharply soon due to japan not supplying key material to samsung and hynix due to the korea/japan trade war that just started

Those 2 companies control well over half the global memory market
IMO prices are pretty much controlled by demand which has been flat lately.. which is why prices have come down. A trade war pretty much will bite the resellers in the ass when prices have to come down again. Keeping them artificially high until they liquidate stock will lead to bigger long term supply gluts later on. This will in part force consumers to hang onto old equipment until it literally dies.
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IMO prices are pretty much controlled by demand which has been flat lately.. which is why prices have come down. A trade war pretty much will bite the resellers in the ass when prices have to come down again. Keeping them artificially high until they liquidate stock will lead to bigger long term supply gluts later on. This will in part force consumers to hang onto old equipment until it literally dies.
Prices are more supply than demand when it comes to tech. Virtually all tech goes down in price over time while quality goes way up. No other industry is like it. Demand keeps increasing but supply increases faster with everyone trying to copy and destroy each other in the market. But if samsung and hynix dont figure something out soon that will disrupt over half the global supply. I bet micron is salivating at the possibility but im going to guess the politics will be solved in the 11th hour and all will be right in the world
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Any idea how this compares to the GeIL Evo Potenza on Newegg? 16-18-18 vs 16-20-20 on the ADATA?

https://www.newegg.com/geil-16gb-...6820158541
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I have this in my HP 690-0024 Zen 2400g that has a crappy sunflower Mobo. Others with same system who upgraded ram complained of it only running at 2400 as opposed to 2666 (stock speed of OEM ram). I put in 16gb of this ram and it runs at 2666 without any modifications..I haven't looked into boosting the speed as 2666 is fine with me. In case anyone else has similar computer. There are lots with the 024-xxx number scheme, I understand most of them (if not all) have the same crap sunflower mobo
For a ryzen Apu you want 3000mhz +
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For a ryzen Apu you want 3000mhz +
Will AX4U300038G16A-DB10 run natively (JEDEC) at 2666 MHz?
Will these run natively at 2666 MHz, without using XMP profiles in the BIOS? Ryzen Master will not let me overclock the existing memory on my DT. On my Dell motherboard, there is no ability via the BIOS to enter XMP settings. However the motherboard / BIOS will accept 2400 MHz and 2666MHz, only if it is a native JEDEC setting for the DDR4 RAM module. I do not expect to achieve 3000MHz with this motherboard / BIOS, but the price is good and may future proof a future MBoard upgrade. Most DDR4 memory noted on the net seems to have (native) JEDEC settings for 2133 MHz, some for 2400 MHz, but very few include a factory shipped JEDEC setting for 2666 MHz (eg as found by CPU Z or similar, memory or SPD settings).
I have a Dell 5675 desktop with a proprietary motherboard, 7PR60 (AMD Ryzen Summit Ridge CPU, Wistron & Foxconn,; I have 1700X CPU), It came with 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM as 1 stick. Based upon the posting in Rakuten, the RAM noted is:
AX4U300038G16A-DB10
or
AD4U300038G16-DS10
Base SKU
AD4U300038G16-DS10

I think these are both 2 x 8GB DDR4 RAM kits designed to rum at 3000 MHZ.

Could someone that uses this RAM check to see if it has a 2666 MHz JEDEC setting? Likely does not matter if you have an Intel or AMD chip motherboard. For example, below are the SPD and JEDEC off my laptop ram. Note JEDEC #7 of 800 MHz for this DDR3-12800, 800 MHz RAM stick.

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Memory Size 16 GBytes Channels Dual Memory Frequency 797.3 MHz (1:6) CAS# latency (CL) 11.0 RAS# to CAS# delay (tRCD) 11 RAS# Precharge (tRP) 11 Cycle Time (tRAS) 28

JEDEC timings table CL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS-tRC @ frequency JEDEC #1 5.0-5-5-14-19 @ 380 MHz JEDEC #2 6.0-6-6-16-22 @ 457 MHz JEDEC #3 7.0-7-7-19-26 @ 533 MHz JEDEC #4 8.0-8-8-22-30 @ 609 MHz JEDEC #5 9.0-9-9-24-33 @ 685 MHz
JEDEC #6 10.0-10-10-27-37 @ 761 MHz JEDEC #7 11.0-11-11-28-39 @ 800 MHz
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Will AX4U300038G16A-DB10 run natively (JEDEC) at 2666 MHz?
Will these run natively at 2666 MHz, without using XMP profiles in the BIOS? Ryzen Master will not let me overclock the existing memory on my DT. On my Dell motherboard, there is no ability via the BIOS to enter XMP settings. However the motherboard / BIOS will accept 2400 MHz and 2666MHz, only if it is a native JEDEC setting for the DDR4 RAM module. I do not expect to achieve 3000MHz with this motherboard / BIOS, but the price is good and may future proof a future MBoard upgrade. Most DDR4 memory noted on the net seems to have (native) JEDEC settings for 2133 MHz, some for 2400 MHz, but very few include a factory shipped JEDEC setting for 2666 MHz (eg as found by CPU Z or similar, memory or SPD settings).
I have a Dell 5675 desktop with a proprietary motherboard, 7PR60 (AMD Ryzen Summit Ridge CPU, Wistron & Foxconn,; I have 1700X CPU), It came with 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM as 1 stick. Based upon the posting in Rakuten, the RAM noted is:
AX4U300038G16A-DB10
or
AD4U300038G16-DS10
Base SKU
AD4U300038G16-DS10

I think these are both 2 x 8GB DDR4 RAM kits designed to rum at 3000 MHZ.

Could someone that uses this RAM check to see if it has a 2666 MHz JEDEC setting? Likely does not matter if you have an Intel or AMD chip motherboard. For example, below are the SPD and JEDEC off my laptop ram. Note JEDEC #7 of 800 MHz for this DDR3-12800, 800 MHz RAM stick.

THX in advance Smilie


Memory Size 16 GBytes Channels Dual Memory Frequency 797.3 MHz (1:6) CAS# latency (CL) 11.0 RAS# to CAS# delay (tRCD) 11 RAS# Precharge (tRP) 11 Cycle Time (tRAS) 28

JEDEC timings table CL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS-tRC @ frequency JEDEC #1 5.0-5-5-14-19 @ 380 MHz JEDEC #2 6.0-6-6-16-22 @ 457 MHz JEDEC #3 7.0-7-7-19-26 @ 533 MHz JEDEC #4 8.0-8-8-22-30 @ 609 MHz JEDEC #5 9.0-9-9-24-33 @ 685 MHz
JEDEC #6 10.0-10-10-27-37 @ 761 MHz JEDEC #7 11.0-11-11-28-39 @ 800 MHz
I have this ram how would I check for you keep in mind I won't be back home for two days if that's not too late
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I have this ram how would I check for you keep in mind I won't be back home for two days if that's not too late
I'll check but how? Like I said I have it and it's running at 2666 out of the box in case that's what you needed to know. In any case let me know where to look and I'll do it
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I'm running these at 3266 CL16 using XMP. Only changed multiplier. No timing or subtimings altered. X570
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