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Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Works for me with Ryzen 1700 and B350M MSI Mortar Motherboard @ 3200MHz with CL 16,16,18,36 timings and @ 2933NHz at 14,14,16,36. Your mileage may vary...
I can't really think of any. Needs 1.35 - 1.36Vdc to run; the XMP profile sets voltage to 1.36 automatically so it should be fine.
Good ram for Ryzen; even though it's not certified for my board, they should add this to the list as I had no issues making this work at rated frequency. I didn't even need to OC the northbridge (in fact I got better results with SOC ~0.95 - 0.975). I am quite pleased as I wasn't too sure what to expect.
Friday, June 2, 2017
It's fast. Twice the clock speed of my old DDR3
I don't know if I'd call this a weakness or not: The computer would run fine doing idle tasks. The second I started trying to do a burn in it would fail. I needed to bump the voltage a VERY small amount to make it stable (something like .0010 or .00010 V) Using the XMP profile for just the memory works fine with the little bump in voltage, but using the XMP profile for the processor makes the system totally unstable (tries to run the processor at 4.80Ghz)
It's hard to pinpoint how well this memory is running compared to an old 990fx, FX6300 and some 1600 DDR3. All I know is everything is better, and I'm sure the memory has a little to do with that performance. First G Skill memory kit I've owned and I'm happy with it so far.
Monday, May 29, 2017
From: Surrey, BC
Am able to run these at 3200 16-18-18-18-34 speed on Asus Prime X370-PRO using bios 0515. 1.400Vdc on DRAM, 1.100Vdc on SOC and a +0.025Vdc core offset; all else auto. Obviously if you overclock your CPU it will take more voltage on the Vcore. 2,933 right out of the box with 1.350Vdc on DRAM and all other setting on auto, again on bios 0515. Bios 0604 and 0612 limit this memory to 2400.
I am hoping new AGESA code will eventually reduce the voltage required to get these to 3200. So far no luck.
They are working well for me and worth the investment.
Friday, April 28, 2017
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