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  1. Dude's Avatar
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       #11

    I would hardly call B-die recommendation extreme as AMD is more sensitive to RAM. Simply stated its better to have B-Die
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       #12

    I'm not planning on overclocking, nor I've ever overclocked any part of my PC in my life.
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  3. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #13

    Dude said:
    I would hardly call B-die recommendation extreme as AMD is more sensitive to RAM. Simply stated its better to have B-Die
    Extreme in that not many use or even know what B-Die is....

    ashramnavivi said:
    Never heard of B-Die Ram
    ashramnavivi said:
    I'm not planning on overclocking, nor I've ever overclocked any part of my PC in my life.
    That answers that.

    And my point is before recommending B-Die or overclocking we might want assess the OP's skill level. In this case we might want to stick to simple
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  4. Dude's Avatar
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       #14

    No it doesnt, Ryzen is sensitive to RAM, B-Die has tighter timings. It helps even if not OCing the Ram. That's my point
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  5. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #15

    Dude said:
    No it doesnt, Ryzen is sensitive to RAM, B-Die has tighter timings. It helps even if not OCing the Ram. That's my point
    So are you insinuating Ryzen system need B-Die RAM to function properly? Cause I find that a far stretch in your justification for recommendation. Also if that's the case, the QVL list must be extremely limited.

    Anyway I have no qualm with you, we're cool, I just don't and can't agree with your recommendation.

    Peace
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  6. Dude's Avatar
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       #16

    sygnus21 said:
    So are you insinuating Ryzen system need B-Die RAM to function properly? Cause I find that a far stretch in your justification for recommendation. Also if that's the case, the QVL list must be extremely limited.

    Anyway I have no qualm with you, we're cool, I just don't and can't agree with your recommendation.

    Peace
    No I dont mean it's needed. OP asked for recommendation and is building an AMD system. I'm disagreeing with you but just think that it's important for AMD. Your point on OCing is spot on, and yes QVL list have been notoriously limited.

    RAM prices fluctuate, but B-DIE can still be found within budget most times.

    Again we agree to disagree
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  7. Plankton's Avatar
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       #17

    Ok....so the 3 of us going to go get a beer together..........now we have a peace between usl.

    Sorry guys, I couldn't resist. In all seriousness....it's impressive to see two different opinions collide and still be civil towards each other. Well done!
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  8. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #18

    Plankton said:
    Ok....so the 3 of us going to go get a beer together..........now we have a peace between usl.

    Sorry guys, I couldn't resist. In all seriousness....it's impressive to see two different opinions collide and still be civil towards each other. Well done!
    We're having a peaceful conversation, we just happen to disagree on this point. That said @Dude

    Peace
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  9. Dude's Avatar
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       #19

    Cheers
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  10. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #20

    Hi,
    Exciting
    3200c15 2x16 at 200.us I linked too is not extreme or exotic but it is good
    You can buy crap for that much or a little less and just have crap.
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