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I dont think its ddr5 compatible.

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I'm running i9-12900KS + DDR5-6000. I upgraded from i7-4790K + DDR3-2200, it was a big jump in terms of overall system performance. I can't say anything about the RAM specifically, but according to most online reviews, DDR5 at current state is not that much better, if at all, than DDR4. As DDR5 matures, it will have higher frequency and lower latency, that'll be the real potential of DDR5.

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Anyone creating a new DDR5 PC build? What are you guys running?
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Anyone creating a new DDR5 PC build? What are you guys running?
I'm running i9-12900KS + DDR5-6000. I upgraded from i7-4790K + DDR3-2200, it was a big jump in terms of overall system performance. I can't say anything about the RAM specifically, but according to most online reviews, DDR5 at current state is not that much better, if at all, than DDR4. As DDR5 matures, it will have higher frequency and lower latency, that'll be the real potential of DDR5.
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As usual, nobody can tell me what to do because if I get a ddr5 mobo it will be asus b660-i and their qvl doesn't have any 6000 except g.skill with weird mdoel numbers I can't even find anywhere. Then apparently kingston doesn't even have any qvl of their own either so if I buy one of these I'd have no clue if it would work.
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I'm running i9-12900KS + DDR5-6000. I upgraded from i7-4790K + DDR3-2200, it was a big jump in terms of overall system performance. I can't say anything about the RAM specifically, but according to most online reviews, DDR5 at current state is not that much better, if at all, than DDR4. As DDR5 matures, it will have higher frequency and lower latency, that'll be the real potential of DDR5.
Problem for me is my choice is either a crap ddr4 itx mobo or spend on ddr5.
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Why does this keep setting off my alert for "Furry Beast"?
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As usual, nobody can tell me what to do because if I get a ddr5 mobo it will be asus b660-i and their qvl doesn't have any 6000 except g.skill with weird model numbers I can't even find anywhere. Then apparently kingston doesn't even have any qvl of their own either so if I buy one of these I'd have no clue if it would work.
Asus in the last couple generations has had good memory fast memory handling, then generally ITX boards are good at fast memory with only two slots. So I'd say you at least have a fighting chance to be able to run XMP or very close to XMP.

Regardless, I would not recommend anything above a 12400 in an ITX case, and if you were getting a 12600K or higher I would assume you're getting a 3080 or higher which pulls too much power to be practical in an ITX case. Ignore channels like Optimum Tech, he's an idiot.

Unless you live in a 200sqft studio apartment, build at least mATX with proper fan config.
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Not true. Most reviews were done with DDR5-4400
DDR5 are more than x2 faster than DDR4. Most consensus is that, It is just not worth the extra dollar for such gain
Fast top quality DDR4 is super cheap right now, you really need to compare at the granular level what the performance gains are. If you're rocking 32GB dual rank 4400CL16 it may be faster than some DDR5.
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Man I was just looking to upgrade from 9900k, 4x8 (32gb) Ballistix DDR 4 3200, GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER.

To: 12900KF, 2x16 (32gb) DDR5 6000, GIGABYTE Z690 AORUS ELITE.

But all the DDR5 6000 was costing over $300. I guess this will save me some money
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Man I was just looking to upgrade from 9900k, 4x8 (32gb) Ballistix DDR 4 3200, GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER.

To: 12900KF, 2x16 (32gb) DDR5 6000, GIGABYTE Z690 AORUS ELITE.

But all the DDR5 6000 was costing over $300. I guess this will save me some money
This Kingston 5600 C40 1.25v are hynix which can be clocked upto 6800mhz 40.
I have a Teamgroup 6400 C40 1.35v that has the exact same chip as this kingston.

$189 is a steal if you are looking to ugprade.
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Asus in the last couple generations has had good memory fast memory handling, then generally ITX boards are good at fast memory with only two slots. So I'd say you at least have a fighting chance to be able to run XMP or very close to XMP.

Regardless, I would not recommend anything above a 12400 in an ITX case, and if you were getting a 12600K or higher I would assume you're getting a 3080 or higher which pulls too much power to be practical in an ITX case. Ignore channels like Optimum Tech, he's an idiot.

Unless you live in a 200sqft studio apartment, build at least mATX with proper fan config.
I think temps in itx cases is overblown. I have a 12700k and 3080 and even then some tell me I could get by with only 1 fan because of how good the gpu fans and cooler is and that i don't OC anything. There's not really any good matx cases and already have a NR200 (that is on the bigger side for itx, anyway, though).

But anyway I have a trio 3080 (that, strix, tuf, and suprim are all known for good temps overall), 12700k, no hdds, no OC for cpu or gpu, etc...
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I'm running i9-12900KS + DDR5-6000. I upgraded from i7-4790K + DDR3-2200, it was a big jump in terms of overall system performance. I can't say anything about the RAM specifically, but according to most online reviews, DDR5 at current state is not that much better, if at all, than DDR4. As DDR5 matures, it will have higher frequency and lower latency, that'll be the real potential of DDR5.
Are you running windows 10 or Windows 11?
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Having not followed DDR5 at all, I'm still relatively sticker shocked lmao.
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