RAM for Ryzen....

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  1. Posts : 19,208
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       #21

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    I hate passmark it makes no sense at all
    Low 2D graphic's really = I call BS
    Those 2D tests haven't changed for long time now, I was getting better scores with an old Matrox card 10 years ago. But still, just as may benchmark, it's useful for one purpose, to compare results as one makes changes to own system, anything from drivers to overclocking.
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  2. Posts : 16,064
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       #22

    Ran across this and thought I should share. I am not using Ryzen, but wanted to add info for you

    Ryzen Memory IC Collection Thread

    In the OP, they have a link for Thaiphoon Burner, interesting program. I always wondered how I could find out info on my RAM. I thought GSkill RAM was samsung, turns out I have Hynix , it is still good RAM though
    RAM for Ryzen....-thaipoon.png
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  3. Posts : 19,208
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       #23

    Thanks, this goes in my storage too. Prevalent idea is that any memory with Samsung "B" die is preferable and almost guaranteed to work full speed out of the box with Ryzen.
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  4. Posts : 445
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       #24

    CountMike said:
    Thanks, this goes in my storage too. Prevalent idea is that any memory with Samsung "B" die is preferable and almost guaranteed to work full speed out of the box with Ryzen.
    From my research the best compatibility have been found on Samsung B-die Single Rank 2x8GB memory kits.

    Worst seems to be from
    SK Hynix Dual Rank 2x8GB memory kits and Micron 2x8GB memory kits.

    This is in current time, I honestly believe as BIOS updates come out we will see some nice changes........
    @Dude......yea, Thaiphoon Burner is a handy program......
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  5. Posts : 12,725
    Windows 11 Pro
       #25

    G.Skill F4-2800C16-4GRK I wouldn't buy this for Ryzen

    Prepared by Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    MEMORY MODULE
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer : G.Skill
    Part Number : F4-2800C16-4GRK
    Serial Number : 00000000
    JEDEC DIMM Label : 4GB 1Rx8 PC4-2133P-UA0-10
    Architecture : DDR4 SDRAM UDIMM
    Speed Grade : DDR4-2133P downbin
    Capacity : 4 GB (8 components)
    Organization : 512M x64 (1 rank)
    Register Manufacturer : N/A
    Register Model : N/A
    Manufacturing Date : Undefined
    Manufacturing Location : Taipei, Taiwan
    Revision / Raw Card : 0101h / A0 (8 layers)
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    DRAM COMPONENTS
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer : Hynix
    Part Number : H5AN4G8NMFR-TFC
    Package : Standard Monolithic 78-ball FBGA
    Die Density / Count : 4 Gb M-die (29 nm) / 1 die
    Composition : 512M x8 (32M x8 x 16 banks)
    Clock Frequency : 1067 MHz (0.938 ns)
    Minimum Timing Delays : 15-15-15-35-50
    Read Latencies Supported : 19T, 18T, 16T, 15T, 14T, 13T, 12T
    Supply Voltage : 1.20 V
    XMP Certified : 1401 MHz / 16-16-16-36-52 / 1.20 V
    XMP Extreme : Not programmed
    SPD Revision : 1.0 / January 2014
    XMP Revision : 2.0 / December 2013
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    THERMAL SENSOR
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer : Giantec
    Model : GT34TS04
    Revision : 01h
    Sensor Status : Enabled
    EVENT Output Control : Disabled
    Temperature Accuracy : B-Grade
    Temperature Resolution : 0.2500C (10-bit ADC)
    Current Temperature : 39.250C
    Negative Measurements : Supported
    Interrupt Capability : Supported
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  6. Posts : 16,064
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       #26

    @kipper Yes, it's a handy little tool. I have a feeling you know a few more handy tools...feel free to share with us
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  7. Posts : 19,208
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       #27

    My present RAM according to Taiphoon Burner
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  8. Posts : 19,208
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       #28

    OK, MB came in today (Asus x370 Pro), few days earlier than I hoped for. Tomorrow R5 1600x is supposed to be ready to pick up. Time to decide on RAM that's available here. Gonna have to settle for one 8gb module only for now. What oh, what ??? going to chase some now. Maybe I should start with some cheap but 100% compatible one and upgrade later on ?
    Some I can afford and best I could find here:
    RAM for Ryzen....-image.png
    RAM for Ryzen....-image.png
    RAM for Ryzen....-image.png
    Not much of price difference though and Kingston is always most available brand so it's easiest for me to find another one in a month or so. In local store catalogs they don't even have a filter for 3200 and faster.
    Last edited by CountMike; 24 Apr 2017 at 09:06.
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  9. Posts : 445
    Win 10 Pro 64
    Thread Starter
       #29

    I think I would get some 2133 or maybe I should say the least expensive and from the QLV listing for the board for now....

    In a month or two there will be a much greater list available to pick from.....
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  10. Posts : 19,208
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       #30

    kipper said:
    I think I would get some 2133 or maybe I should say the least expensive and from the QLV listing for the board for now....

    In a month or two there will be a much greater list available to pick from.....
    I don't know what to do now, decent 2133MHz is only few bucks cheaper, believe it or not I found one bare 2133 module more expensive than this best one. My worst enemy is my location and poor market choices which are not going to improve soon. Everything else I would have to buy from other EU countries and that's a big bother.
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