Cool GTXThis might be the Thread your looking for: 32GB memory support on EVGA motherboardsIntel i9-10900X I like G.Skill RAM
Cool GTXFound this in the X299 section: https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2996842 (excerpt) EVGA X299 Motherboards provide these features to support the New Intel® Core™ X-Series Processors -All EVGA X299 motherboards feature support for 32GB DIMMs with the latest BIOS https://www.evga.com/articles/01369/intel-x299-update/
ZoranCHi guys, I purchased X299 Dark and i9-10900X and need to populate it with 128 GB. I know I saw somewhere on this forum post that lists 32GB module tested as compatible but now I can’t find it anymore. Does anyone has that link and knows which module it is, please? Also, if I am correctly interpreting specs of CPU it calls for 2933 memory speed. I’ve read somewhere that “max memory speed for i9-10900X is reduced to 2666MHz when configured with two DIMMs per channel”. If I populate all 4 memory slots on X299 Dark will I have single DIMM per channel or I will end up with two? Last, but not least, requirement on this system is ultimate long term stability under any workload or its duration. It is extremely important to me so I will not be overclocking CPU nor memory. With that requirement in mind which memory manufacturer / line is considered best, most rock solid? Thank you in advance!
jasoncodispotiAs mentioned earlier however the EVGA X299 Dark does NOT support x2 DIMMs per channel and will instead be capable of using DDR4-2933.
jasoncodispotiRegarding which memory modules are supported I would follow the "supported 32G memory list" that Tin_EE provided, link below. As a side note TiN_EE is an EVGA employee, he is actually one of the main engineers that designed the X299 Dark and a number of other EVGA products with Vince. TiN_EE, https://forums.evga.com/32GB-memory-support-on-EVGA-motherboards-m3010100.aspx
ZoranC ...Speaking of Vengeance LPX their site doesn’t offer 128 GB (4x32) kit in speed higher than 2666 while CPU is 2933. Their 64 GB (2x32) kit does. Also 64 GB kit is not listed as 2933, it is listed as 3000, and they have to options: C15 and C16. Do you see anything that would cause issues when using two 64 GB 3000 MHz C15 kits in my setup?
jasoncodispotiMemory manufactures and some motherboard manufactures will say that you need to buy all your RAM as one tested kit... Another words you would need one single kit that included 128GB of RAM. However in my personal experience I have not ever had any issues with using RAM from different kits as long as all of the specifications match... In your case I am not sure you really have a choice as I dont think Corsair makes that RAM that TiN is suggesting that you use in a 128GB kit.... so yeah... lol.
jasoncodispotiLOL, I thought I was replying to one thread and after I posted realized that I was on the wrong thread. Thanks for the update on the RAM! Can you post links to the RAM that you ended up purchasing in case someone else comes along looking at this?
Cool GTXMay have to change the timing (increase numbers) to allow these 2 sets to work together
jasoncodispotiI would try this...
jasoncodispotiInstall one stick of RAM into the PC and reboot (repeat this process until all of the sticks of RAM are installed)
jasoncodispotiIt is possible that you have bad memory... one bad stick is all it takes.
jasoncodispotiDont use any overclocks; disable all overlocks and set everything to default in the BIOS this includes not using XMP
ZoranCWhich makes me wonder could it be that memory controller on my CPU can’t handle 3200 MHz sticks at full speed?
SajinZoranCWhich makes me wonder could it be that memory controller on my CPU can’t handle 3200 MHz sticks at full speed?Very possible.