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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/09 11:43:12 (permalink)
Anyhoo, if you guys want, I'll post up the DRAM voltages for each 5333kit profile. It's possibly the same voltages for the mem kit no matter what bios EVGA or Asus or maybe only a bit different.
 
Anyway the DRAM voltages for each OC profile will get you "in the ballpark" close enough with the Gskill kit, then you can fine tune from there.
 
I've only attempted 5333 5600 and 5866Mhz profiles. There is a 6133Mhz profile out there which includes extremely high voltages and I don't want to stress my components that much on air, plus already know I could never run 6133Mhz DDR4 as a daily work OC, so I'm not even going to try it. But there is a youtube video a step by step how to do it.
 
Here's my best with the Gskill 5333 kit: 
 
5333Mhz CL19 5.2Ghz CPU
5600Mhz CL20 5.2Ghz CPU
5866Mhz CL21 5.1Ghz CPU
 
5600Mhz CL20 5.2CPU is the daily sweetspot in my opinion, at least for my work apps.
 
 
 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/09 11:51:25 (permalink)
Here's the 5866Mhz CL21 CPU 5.1Ghz profile. It's SCREAMING FAST! Boot times 4.5-5seconds MS Office apps instantaneous! 
 
But as always - there's a caveat, you need some airflow over the ram kit or it will approach 38C. yikes! 
 
Also, as you can already tell, as the mem clocks increase, the CPU clocks decrease. I'm calling that the "give and take" of Rocket Lake.
 
If you are water-cooling your CPU, you may have much better results than mine, but I have to step down the CPU OC for every profile increase in mem OC with the Gskill 5333 Hynix kit. 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 12:18:16 (permalink)
Here's a screenshot of the 5333 kit's thermals.
 
Looks good here, but it doesn't stay this way, depending on DRAM voltage I've seen the two modules reach 38C briefly, yea pretty scary, I added a 120mm Noctua fan for the 5866Mhz CL 21 CPU 5.1 profile and temps went way down and maintained at 34C.
 
Here's the ballpark voltages I'm using:
 
Simple and Quick XMP with no CPU OC:
 
5333Mhz CL20 1.600v
5600Mhz CL21 1.625v 
5866Mhz CL22 1.725v (I know what you're thinking, omg that voltage is high)
 
...but for this kit it's fine just watch your thermals if you begin to approach 38C just make certain you have some airflow over the modules within your case or chassis. 
 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 13:01:26 (permalink)
 
Impressive ram you have there!
 
38C is not a high temperature at all for memory with those voltages imho. My 4800MHz @ 1.55V sits at 41C just idling, peaks ~48C when stress testing the memory for about 5 minutes. From an admin at g.skill, temps can go up to 80C under extreme load [link]. According to JEDEC DDR4 is specified with an operating temperature of up to 85°C.
 
My 2 sticks are sitting directly above the CPU block (Z590 Dark with Optimus Signature V2) rather than alongside it, and considering the CPU block is just a big hunk of brass, certainly some heat will be rising up from it, so that might explain why my ram temps are higher than what you have. Ambient 78F btw.
 
More discussion here on DDR4 temps.
 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 13:58:08 (permalink)
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Impressive ram you have there!
 
38C is not a high temperature at all for memory with those voltages imho. My 4800MHz @ 1.55V sits at 41C just idling, peaks ~48C when stress testing the memory for about 5 minutes. From an admin at g.skill, temps can go up to 80C under extreme load []. According to JEDEC DDR4 is specified with an operating temperature of up to 85°C.
 
My 2 sticks are sitting directly above the CPU block (Z590 Dark with ) rather than alongside it, and considering the CPU block is just a big hunk of brass, certainly some heat will be rising up from it, so that might explain why my ram temps are higher than what you have. Ambient 78F btw.
 
More on DDR4 temps.
 

 
Yes, I'm not sure why 38C begins to scare me, I think someone said in an overclocking video, maybe a Buildzoid video I think he said his b-die kit lost it's overclock at 42C and reset back to stock JDEC specs at 42C or something like that, maybe I'm wrong.
 
I know some overclocking with b-die and Hynix DJR is done at 2.0volts but that's certainly not me. lol
 
I'm just running two very simple home office air builds Z390 Dark and 8086K and M13A and 11600K.
 
I wanted the Z590 Dark so badly that gorgeous layout and all that copper, but it just arrived so late and I really wanted to get a new work build up and running back in late April when the RKL CPUs launched and Silicon Lottery got his 1st batch, Intel sometimes puts out the best bins at the very beginning of a launch, or so I've heard, I dunno, but do think I got a pretty ok 11600K - it's NOT tier 1, only a tier 2 bin, SL had no tier 1 i5s to sell and only binned one batch, geez.
 
Trying to put up photos of both my builds so you guys can get an idea of the type of cooling and what you can expect from the 5333Mhz kit but I guess my pics are too large? Anyway I'll keep trying. 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 14:26:47 (permalink)
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Impressive ram you have there!
 
38C is not a high temperature at all for memory with those voltages imho. My 4800MHz @ 1.55V sits at 41C just idling, peaks ~48C when stress testing the memory for about 5 minutes. From an admin at g.skill, temps can go up to 80C under extreme load []. According to JEDEC DDR4 is specified with an operating temperature of up to 85°C.
 
My 2 sticks are sitting directly above the CPU block (Z590 Dark with ) rather than alongside it, and considering the CPU block is just a big hunk of brass, certainly some heat will be rising up from it, so that might explain why my ram temps are higher than what you have. Ambient 78F btw.
 
More on DDR4 temps.
 

 
Yes, I'm not sure why 38C begins to scare me, I think someone said in an overclocking video, maybe a Buildzoid video I think he said his b-die kit lost it's overclock at 42C and reset back to stock JDEC specs at 42C or something like that, maybe I'm wrong.
 
I know some overclocking with b-die and Hynix DJR is done at 2.0volts but that's certainly not me. lol
 
I'm just running two very simple home office air builds Z390 Dark and 8086K and M13A and 11600K.
 
I wanted the Z590 Dark so badly that gorgeous layout and all that copper, but it just arrived so late and I really wanted to get a new work build up and running back in late April when the RKL CPUs launched and Silicon Lottery got his 1st batch, Intel sometimes puts out the best bins at the very beginning of a launch, or so I've heard, I dunno, but do think I got a pretty ok 11600K - it's NOT tier 1, only a tier 2 bin, SL had no tier 1 i5s to sell and only binned one batch, geez.
 
Trying to put up photos of both my builds so you guys can get an idea of the type of cooling and what you can expect from the 5333Mhz kit but I guess my pics are too large? Anyway I'll keep trying. 


I did see mention of B-die issues at high temps - that last link on my previous post discusses some of that - but the issues seem to be the exception rather than the rule.

A lot of us on EVGA Z590 are having issues getting the 5333MHz to even run at spec XMP (actually, ALL of us, if I'm not mistaken, lol). You're getting good clocks on it with a Z390, and I've heard ASUS and a few other major mobo suppliers are not having the issues we are with it on 11th Gen. This may, as someone posted earlier, be due to a more mature BIOS on the other mobo suppliers. Hopefully with time...
 
On the side, I just reinstalled Guild Wars 2 last night after several years away from it. It's a relatively poorly-optimized CPU intensive game and appears to run mostly on just 1 core. I crashed 3 times to desktop last night, not sure if it was the CPU or GPU or even the RAM causing it. There seems to be a lot of performance variation with 11900K chips. I limited the frames to 60 and that seems to have resolved it to some extent, but they really need to optimize that game. Shouldn't be surprised I guess - it's near 10 years old (although they recently released a new DLC), and apparently GW2 is based on the original GW1 platform, so it's well dated. Hanging out for BF2042.
 

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 15:04:22 (permalink)
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Impressive ram you have there!
 
38C is not a high temperature at all for memory with those voltages imho. My 4800MHz @ 1.55V sits at 41C just idling, peaks ~48C when stress testing the memory for about 5 minutes. From an admin at g.skill, temps can go up to 80C under extreme load []. According to JEDEC DDR4 is specified with an operating temperature of up to 85°C.
 
My 2 sticks are sitting directly above the CPU block (Z590 Dark with ) rather than alongside it, and considering the CPU block is just a big hunk of brass, certainly some heat will be rising up from it, so that might explain why my ram temps are higher than what you have. Ambient 78F btw.
 
More on DDR4 temps.
 

 
Yes, I'm not sure why 38C begins to scare me, I think someone said in an overclocking video, maybe a Buildzoid video I think he said his b-die kit lost it's overclock at 42C and reset back to stock JDEC specs at 42C or something like that, maybe I'm wrong.
 
I know some overclocking with b-die and Hynix DJR is done at 2.0volts but that's certainly not me. lol
 
I'm just running two very simple home office air builds Z390 Dark and 8086K and M13A and 11600K.
 
I wanted the Z590 Dark so badly that gorgeous layout and all that copper, but it just arrived so late and I really wanted to get a new work build up and running back in late April when the RKL CPUs launched and Silicon Lottery got his 1st batch, Intel sometimes puts out the best bins at the very beginning of a launch, or so I've heard, I dunno, but do think I got a pretty ok 11600K - it's NOT tier 1, only a tier 2 bin, SL had no tier 1 i5s to sell and only binned one batch, geez.
 
Trying to put up photos of both my builds so you guys can get an idea of the type of cooling and what you can expect from the 5333Mhz kit but I guess my pics are too large? Anyway I'll keep trying. 


I did see mention of B-die issues at high temps - that last link on my previous post discusses some of that - but the issues seem to be the exception rather than the rule.

A lot of us on EVGA Z590 are having issues getting the 5333MHz to even run at spec XMP (actually, ALL of us, if I'm not mistaken, lol). You're getting good clocks on it with a Z390, and I've heard ASUS and a few other major mobo suppliers are not having the issues we are with it on 11th Gen. This may, as someone posted earlier, be due to a more mature BIOS on the other mobo suppliers. Hopefully with time...
 
On the side, I just reinstalled Guild Wars 2 last night after several years away from it. It's a relatively poorly-optimized CPU intensive game and appears to run mostly on just 1 core. I crashed 3 times to desktop last night, not sure if it was the CPU or GPU or even the RAM causing it. There seems to be a lot of performance variation with 11900K chips. I limited the frames to 60 and that seems to have resolved it to some extent, but they really need to optimize that game. Shouldn't be surprised I guess - it's near 10 years old (although they recently released a new DLC), and apparently GW2 is based on the original GW1 platform, so it's well dated. Hanging out for BF2042.
 




I hear ya man, my plan was to return the 5333Mhz kit to Newegg within the 30day window if the 11600K's IMC could not even run the simple XMP profile, I also believed the Hynix kit would not have much OC tuning headroom available to it and I thought there was a 90% chance I'd be returning the mem kit - I was happily wrong on both counts. 4weeks prior had I grabbed the Z590 Gskill 4800/17 ultimate b-die kit and was running that amazing kit at 4800Mhz 16CL and the wonderful 5066Mhz 17CL, so I didn't think it could get any better and everyone was telling me bad things about Hynix memory CJR and DJR, so my expectations of the 5333Mhz kit were very low.
 
For gaming, I guess everyone is trying for gear 1 and 3866/14 the super low latency advantage. I tried that profile with the 4800/17 b-die kit with my work apps and it was unimpressive, seems my work apps absolutely LOVE high Mhz gear 2 instead of super low latency profiles.
 
Here's some reduced size photos of my 2 test bench home office air builds, I normally don't have much airflow to the 5333 kit there's only a slight 1cm overhang of the 140mm Noctua fan downfiring onto the heatpipes and the mem kit, although it is an open air build.
 
If you guys are using custom water or have 2-3 fans cooling your memory modules directly, you will most likely achieve much better results (lower thermals - higher clocks) that I've experienced.
 
Oh well, I reduced the size of the build photos still cannot upload. 
 
 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 15:30:46 (permalink)
OK, well I got one image to upload, that's something I guess. lol
 
The (2) Z590 RAM kits I got for Rocket Lake - b-die and Hynix. 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 15:37:14 (permalink)
One image per post apparently, lol.
 
Here's the awesome Z390 Dark 8086K home office build. Yay! 
 
Simple test bench and that older 3200Mhz 14CL kit has been updated - moved the 4600Mhz 18CL Gskill Royal Silver kit over to that build after the photo.

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 15:43:18 (permalink)
Here's the Z590 test bench with the 5333Mhz kit. And you can see only a single 140mm fan downfiring onto the Noctua heatsink and not offering much airflow to the 5333 kit, although it is an open air build so the room AC cools things down.
 
This build is where I placed a 120mm Noctua over the 5333 kit at the 5866Mhz CL21 CPU 5.1Ghz profile.
 
You should not need a dedicated RAM fan for the 5333 and the 5600 profiles.
 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 16:27:28 (permalink)
I love this mem kit so much. 
 
Besides the increase in single thread performance, the super-fast ddr4 speeds are the greatest thing Rocket Lake has to offer. 
 
Good Luck guys - you only need a Z590 Dark bios update for your 5333 kits to run sweet. 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 17:40:04 (permalink)
This is also a very sweet profile - the 4800Mhz CL17 b-die kit running at 5066Mhz 17-17-17-37.
 
Those Read Write Copy speeds are brilliant. 
 
But the 5066Mhz CL17 profile will only allow for 5.1Ghz CPU OC, whereas the 5333 Hynix kit you can run 5333Mhz CL20 5.3Ghz CPU.
 
Unfortunately, when I dropped the Hynix kit to 5333 CL19, I could no longer clock the 11600K at 5.3Ghz, hit a hard wall had to settle on 5.2Ghz CPU.
 
The 5333Mhz Hynix kit, you can run 5.3Ghz CPU 5.3Ghz DDR4, that's a pretty cool sweet spot. 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 18:21:26 (permalink)
 
Nice, that's what I was wondering about - the AIDA64 memory bench and latency. Nice numbers there. My 4800 is 2x16GB CL20 instead of 2x8GB CL17, so latency is not as good on the benchmark, but there's always a trade-off for higher capacity. I should try overclocking these a bit and/or trying out my 2x16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 4000GHz downclocked to 3600/3733 Gear 1 with tighter timings. There's a lot of things I should do, but time is always short.
 
 

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/10 20:14:01 (permalink)
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Nice, that's what I was wondering about - the AIDA64 memory bench and latency. Nice numbers there. My 4800 is 2x16GB CL20 instead of 2x8GB CL17, so latency is not as good on the benchmark, but there's always a trade-off for higher capacity. I should try overclocking these a bit and/or trying out my 2x16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 4000GHz downclocked to 3600/3733 Gear 1 with tighter timings. There's a lot of things I should do, but time is always short.
 

 
A little bird told me Gskill will introduce a 5200Mhz Dual Rank Hynix DDR4 kit very soon. WOW! 
 
Whaaaaaat? It won't be for me, but those overclocking guys, they will LOVE it! 
 
I'm just gonna sit back and enjoy 5600Mhz and 5866Mhz and get a lot of work done.
 
Wake me up for 7400Mhz DDR5 the Z790 Dark board, and Raptor Lake in 18months. 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/11 21:33:41 (permalink)
I played with rblaes_99's memory kit on my FTW motherboard and had a little fun.
 
First boot, tried to just send it with XMP 1 profile (5333MHz), CPU at default settings. Windows loaded, but crashed right after logging in. So no go there.
 
Then I tried the 5066 setting, but it changed my bclk to 100.7. I tried to run a 52x multiplier on 1-6 core utilized, 51x on 7 and 50x on 8. That got me this:

 
It was pretty stable, but not terribly impressive in benchmarks because I couldn't get my CPU back up to 5.3GHz. So then I tried to fix the bclk back to 100.0 and set my CPU multipliers at 53x (1-4), 52x (5-6), and 51x (7-8). Then the memory was table at 5066MHz, with 20-30-30-50 for timings:

Not too shabby, but Time Spy and Port Royal didn't really show any advantage at all to this (gpu scores almost identical to before and CPU score was lower because I couldn't run 5.3GHz all-core, which I was running for Time Spy benchmarks before). Being that my primary focus is gaming, there may be some other apps where the boost in read/write speed is helpful. For me, I get better stability and gaming performance (allowing my CPU more overclocking stability primarily) with my 3733MHz gear 1 memory (16-16-16-39) that gets about 54700MB/s on read and 48ns for latency on the aida-64 test. Also, it's 32GB on two stick and completely stable, so it really is hard to beat.
 
I also got this to boot but it had some errors on a stability test:

Also, I have no idea how my read speed only went up that small amount from the 3733MHz stuff. How is that possible? Shouldn't that be much higher? Was this less stable that I thought even when I didn't get any errors or crashing?
 
 
TLDR: Confirmation that you need over 5000MHz and some tight timings to do better than gear 1 @ 3733MHz, cl16. I'm not sure what that number is, but it seems high. I would think at least 5333MHz cl18 would be required. 
 

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/11 22:39:43 (permalink)
DDR4 4600+ gets around 70GB/s bandwidth, not sure why your speeds are so low for 5000 that is pretty odd.  I ran luumi's 4800c19 profile and get 72GB/s read on my dual rank sticks.
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 01:35:21 (permalink)
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You need to look at your subtiming's and set them manually in the bios.
 
They are getting set really loose to be able to run the high clocks. That will cause a big decrease in performance. You can use the latest Asrock Timing Config or MSI Dragon Ball to view timings in Windows and post screen shots if you want help on what timings need to be changed.
 
 
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These thread have more info
 
Edit nevermind looks like they edit out links. You will have to google them if you care to fix it. Or go to overclockers . net and post in the intel memory oc section.
 
 
 
 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 06:35:00 (permalink)
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You need to look at your subtiming's and set them manually in the bios.
 
They are getting set really loose to be able to run the high clocks. That will cause a big decrease in performance. You can use the latest Asrock Timing Config or MSI Dragon Ball to view timings in Windows and post screen shots if you want help on what timings need to be changed.
 
 
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These thread have more info
 
Edit nevermind looks like they edit out links. You will have to google them if you care to fix it. Or go to overclockers . net and post in the intel memory oc section.


Which timings? You can see that I had tightened them to 20-30-30-50. The rest were at the xmp profile settings.

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 06:37:30 (permalink)
i've never been so frustrated by RAM before this....
 
also ive been reading about DDR5 and Z690s..... with gears 1-4!  ****!!!!!!  
 
 


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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 07:05:01 (permalink)
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also ive been reading about DDR5 and Z690s..... with gears 1-4!  ****!!!!!!  

Whaaaaaaaaat? Omg... next thing it'll be like mountain/racing bikes and we'll be talking Shimano 12 speed gears. Ugh. This is why people drive automatics.
 
 

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 07:32:44 (permalink)
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also ive been reading about DDR5 and Z690s..... with gears 1-4!  ****!!!!!!  

Whaaaaaaaaat? Omg... next thing it'll be like mountain/racing bikes and we'll be talking Shimano 12 speed gears. Ugh. This is why people drive automatics.
 


I was actually just thinking about this when reading about gears 1-4. I can't imagine that being helpful in a manual sense, unless it is just the way you get your wide range of memory speeds to work, but with gear 1 currently doing very well, you'd almost think it would be ideal to have the board automatically switch between gears and speeds depending on the application and whether it benefits from low latency or bandwidth more. Or maybe come up with some kind of "auto-tune" process that does testing at various speeds gears and then gives you 2-4 options to select from. Basically XMP on steroids.

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 09:27:21 (permalink)
There are 20+ different sub timings. You need to post a screen shot if you want help on which need to be changed.
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/12 10:09:24 (permalink)
For the latest version of ASROCK Timing Configurator ver:4.0.9 go to the ASRock Z590 OC Formula page > Support > Download tab
 
It's halfway down the page.
 
Too large of a file too add here. 
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/24 03:52:03 (permalink)
My attempt at a RAM fan for the 5866Mhz CL21 CPU 5.1Ghz profile, even though as Nereus points out - it probably isn't necessary. Drops the two Gskill Royal Silver Elite modules down from 38C/40C and maintains them at 34C all day long.
 
Mem Kit: F4-5333C22D-16GTES
Fan: Noctua NF-S12B redux-700
Fan Controller: AquaComputer Aquaero 6 LT
 
https://i.imgur.com/2ADR7Om.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/nJJeJf0.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/iwfl1A3.jpg
 
At 5333Mhz and 5600Mhz the memory modules remains at 34C without a dedicated fan and mounted on an open air test bench.
post edited by WebsterRKL - 2021/09/24 04:01:17
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/24 07:17:00 (permalink)
for me, all the kits that i've bought for my built and my friends's one have worked perfectly without any compatibility probleme, just make shure that the ram is using the full capacity in the bios
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/24 07:28:50 (permalink)
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for me, all the kits that i've bought for my built and my friends's one have worked perfectly without any compatibility probleme, just make shure that the ram is using the full capacity in the bios



There...that's 100 spam posts. Can you stop now?

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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/25 17:44:18 (permalink)
Glorious Gskill Shiny RAMs both in love at 5866Mhz.
 
https://i.imgur.com/vMPd1zY.jpg
 
Some music to celebrate Hynix DJR at ultra high speeds.
 
https://www.youtube.com/w...hannel=GrizzlyBearVEVO
post edited by WebsterRKL - 2021/09/25 17:50:34
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/26 06:41:46 (permalink)
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Glorious Gskill Shiny RAMs both in love at 5866Mhz.
 
https://i.imgur.com/vMPd1zY.jpg
 
Some music to celebrate Hynix DJR at ultra high speeds.
 
https://www.youtube.com/w...hannel=GrizzlyBearVEVO


what is that little bracket stuck in DIMM2 for?


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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/26 10:02:24 (permalink)
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Glorious Gskill Shiny RAMs both in love at 5866Mhz.
 
https://i.imgur.com/vMPd1zY.jpg
 
Some music to celebrate Hynix DJR at ultra high speeds.
 
https://www.youtube.com/w...hannel=GrizzlyBearVEVO


what is that little bracket stuck in DIMM2 for?


That's a riser card with heatsinks to mount (2) M.2 SSDs, but it's only PCIe 3.0. Only one out of four M.2 mounts are PCIe 4.0 on the board. 
 
https://i.imgur.com/8OGrwek.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/njvy6o4.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/PqAizUy.png
post edited by WebsterRKL - 2021/09/26 10:11:37
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Re: Supported memory list? 2021/09/26 16:40:23 (permalink)
Just got my z590 Dark and i9-11900K

Looking into ram and what has worked for others,
G. Skill
ddr4-4600 2x32 or ddr4-5333 2x8

I do mostly gaming but also run multiple applications at once with graphic design work.
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