RAM for Ryzen....

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  1. Posts : 445
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    RAM for Ryzen....


    If you are building or planning a build with the new AM4 processors and boards you have most likely seen or heard that finding quality memory has been frustrating at best......

    With all my searching and reading I came across a nice site that is a dam good starting point for finding tried and proven by users like you and I.....You can search by the board you want or have and can even search based on the RAM you already have to see if it has been proven by any of the boards yet......

    If you use this site and can add to these listing it is possible for you to input your findings and possibly help others.....

    Just look across the title bar and start your search there.

    RyMem - the easiest way to see if your RAM will work with AM4

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  2. Posts : 19,209
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    All right but I'm pretty limited in RAM supply, best if I could use Kingston.
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  3. Posts : 445
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    CountMike said:
    All right but I'm pretty limited in RAM supply, best if I could use Kingston.
    Keep an eye on that site and hopefully as more RAM has proven folks will help update the site......for now it is just a place to begin the search....
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  4. Posts : 2,380
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    kipper said:
    Keep an eye on that site and hopefully as more RAM has proven folks will help update the site......for now it is just a place to begin the search....
    This ram is what i am using Crucial 16GB 2 X 8GB Tactical DDR4-3000 PC4-24000 UDIMM Desktop Memory Kit BLT2C8G4D30AETA - Micro Center
    and it runs it pretty well not to effective speed 3000 the XMP profile is flawed as hell

    i got it solid at 2666Mhz which seems to be the Honey spot for any Ryzen chip
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  5. Posts : 19,209
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    solarstarshines said:
    This ram is what i am using Crucial 16GB 2 X 8GB Tactical DDR4-3000 PC4-24000 UDIMM Desktop Memory Kit BLT2C8G4D30AETA - Micro Center
    and it runs it pretty well not to effective speed 3000 the XMP profile is flawed as hell

    i got it solid at 2666Mhz which seems to be the Honey spot for any Ryzen chip
    I'm not all set to RAM yet, but my R5 1600x is coming Tuesday and MB hopefully too so by next week I'll have to make my mind. Don't really need top speed but would be nice to have. Apparently that ASUS x370 pro I ordered can hit 3200 with new BIOS and Agesa.
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  6. Posts : 7,257
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    I saw on Youtube that apparently Ryzen boards are a bit fickle with memory speeds above 3000MHz.
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  7. Posts : 445
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    swarfega said:
    I saw on Youtube that apparently Ryzen boards are a bit fickle with memory speeds above 3000MHz.
    I am finding with the three AM4 boards I have played with that memory is just plain fickle all around......I am still farting around with a 3200Mhz Flare X 16GB kit that is made especially for Ryzen......so far I have only been able to get it to 2400Mhz stable.....but I am going to play with it again this morning because I have seen at least one other guy that has the exact same setup and he managed to get it up to its full potential and stable........
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  8. Posts : 7,257
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    Have you updated the motherboards bios?
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  9. Posts : 445
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    swarfega said:
    Have you updated the motherboards bios?
    Oh yea, starting point for me on all projects........I know it is a voltage problem and the limitations on this, and most B350 boards, for overclocking is the problem.......I think I might have it figured out but just not in the mood to play with it this morning. Will get back to it this afternoon...
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  10. Posts : 2,380
    Windows 10
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    swarfega said:
    I saw on Youtube that apparently Ryzen boards are a bit fickle with memory speeds above 3000MHz.
    Indeed you are looking for a non post anything above 2666mhz
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