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2 x 8GB
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- 23 points
- 17 days ago
from completed build NZXT High End Build
Seems to be pretty good memory. I was able to dial the timings down using the DRAM calculator for Ryzen. I am currently at 14-18-14-32-56 on this C18 kit that originally ran at 18-22-22-42-64. I had to increase voltage to 1.45v, per the recommendation of the calculator but temps stay pretty normal so far. Oh and the RGB effects are pretty cool. ICUE is such a nice software for lighting, but I usually just have them set to a static color.
- 9 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build 2020: Stilicho
Gorgeous RGB and it gets the job done. Nice, solid build quality.
- 8 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build 2019 "Get me away from this stupid gaming Laptop" Build
No problems a week in
- 7 points
- 14 days ago
from completed build "I got it on sale" build: Snow's Power Tower
There are better timings for this RAM, but this was on sale, and I didn't have much knowledge of RAM timings of CAS latency to begin with. Lesson learned? Easy to initialize the XMP profile. Corsair iCUE has been very buggy on my PC and I initially had trouble installing updated firmware for my RAM. After managing to update, the iCUE software has been working much better.
- 6 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Hayden's Rig
Went right up to 3600 on an X570 board without a hitch. Very bright lights.
- 6 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build R5 3600 + RX 5700 XT
Nice looking memory. They use Micron Rev. E memory IC's, so they can clock high, but they don't do tight timings. In my opinion not the ideal memory IC's for ryzen 3000, since going higher than 3800mhz is pointless. The maximum frequency I could run is 4466 Mhz, but with very loose timings.
For daily use I run 3733 c16-19-18-36 tRC 58 tRFC 570.