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Per this article:
http://blog.logicalincrements.com...e-latency/

To calculate the true latency of your RAM in nanoseconds, use the following formula:

(CAS latency/RAM clock speed) x 2000 = latency in nanoseconds

If you have a CAS of 15 and a clock speed of 2400mhz, this would be your true latency:

(15/2400) x 2000 = 12.5 nanoseconds

If you have a CAS of 17 and a clock speed of 2666mhz, this would be your true latency:

(17/2666) x 2000 = 12.75 nanoseconds

Thus, higher CAS timings can result in a higher latency even with higher clock speeds. However, just because the DDR4-2400 RAM has a lower true latency than the DDR4-2666, that does not necessarily mean it is overall faster than the DDR4-2666 RAM. As we have noted on this blog in the past, higher speed of RAM currently always trumps lower latency.

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This checks all the boxes for me. In for 10.
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I saw this earlier. Seriously good deal!
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Weird this isn't getting more love. Is there a more cost efficient kit for a Ryzen 5 3600?

edit: I bought some, but I see now that the voltage is high on these sticks.
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I'm looking at the 64gb. What's the difference between 3000MHz C16 and 3200MHz C20? I haven't built a pc in a few years.
I'll most likely be buying a ryzen 7 3700x or comparable i7 or an i9.
Thanks.
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Needs more low... Bf is almost here fellas!
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I'm looking at the 64gb. What's the difference between 3000MHz C16 and 3200MHz C20? I haven't built a pc in a few years.
I'll most likely be buying a ryzen 7 3700x or comparable i7 or an i9.
Thanks.
When choosing between latency and speed. Always choose faster latency first followed by speed.

Cxx is the latency here. And the MHz is the ram speed.
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Quote from dragoonfire0628 :
When choosing between latency and speed. Always choose faster latency first followed by speed.

Cxx is the latency here. And the MHz is the ram speed.
Per this article:
http://blog.logicalincrements.com...e-latency/

To calculate the true latency of your RAM in nanoseconds, use the following formula:

(CAS latency/RAM clock speed) x 2000 = latency in nanoseconds

If you have a CAS of 15 and a clock speed of 2400mhz, this would be your true latency:

(15/2400) x 2000 = 12.5 nanoseconds

If you have a CAS of 17 and a clock speed of 2666mhz, this would be your true latency:

(17/2666) x 2000 = 12.75 nanoseconds

Thus, higher CAS timings can result in a higher latency even with higher clock speeds. However, just because the DDR4-2400 RAM has a lower true latency than the DDR4-2666, that does not necessarily mean it is overall faster than the DDR4-2666 RAM. As we have noted on this blog in the past, higher speed of RAM currently always trumps lower latency.
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Per this article:
http://blog.logicalincrements.com...e-latency/

To calculate the true latency of your RAM in nanoseconds, use the following formula:

(CAS latency/RAM clock speed) x 2000 = latency in nanoseconds

If you have a CAS of 15 and a clock speed of 2400mhz, this would be your true latency:

(15/2400) x 2000 = 12.5 nanoseconds

If you have a CAS of 17 and a clock speed of 2666mhz, this would be your true latency:

(17/2666) x 2000 = 12.75 nanoseconds

Thus, higher CAS timings can result in a higher latency even with higher clock speeds. However, just because the DDR4-2400 RAM has a lower true latency than the DDR4-2666, that does not necessarily mean it is overall faster than the DDR4-2666 RAM. As we have noted on this blog in the past, higher speed of RAM currently always trumps lower latency.
Noted! Thanks for sharing that information.
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Was looking to buy some memory, brought the Oloy brand from Newegg earlier this month for $88. Oh well.

BTW, does this memory run in xmp mode at 1.35v?
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Quote from inf1nity :
"Lightning Bolt design element
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Support O.C Profile
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Lifetime warranty"

This checks all the boxes for me. In for 10.
10????? Why?????
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Lifetime warranty? Wow.

Anyone know how this brand ranks against Corsair, G skill and crucial?
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Quote from dragoonfire0628 :
Noted! Thanks for sharing that information.
And I would add to this that you wanna use an appropriate up to date chart and have some idea of a stable and achievable latency target before diminishing returns

So my last chip was 2600 and it tops out at just 2933. However with xmp profiles aka "try this!" in my bios I was able to find a stable 14 CL something clock timing with that at the exact target of 10ns!

I don't know how much more useful the newer chips, mobos and insanely fast ram are with lower latency but that's a place to start

Also don't let people tell you this stuff isn't important for gaming, especially VR. With this fast ram pool Ryzen can offer up access to yoir gpu as vram using memory fabric (and Intel has their own thing). I noticed in some poorly optimized VR games it helped a lot to have that extra

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Lifetime warranty? Wow.

Anyone know how this brand ranks against Corsair, G skill and crucial?
I made a wiki note about it. There's only like 3 major manufacturers of ram so this is likely one of those just rebranded
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