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    Posted: 11 Sep 2020 at 8:31am
G.Skill Trident Z Neo seems worth the 20 bucks if you have issues with ram its ryzen branded on the box.
X470 Gaming K4
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32GB Z Neo 3600 c16-19-19-39
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Sorry couldn't find the edit option, part # F4-3200C16D-32GVK
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I am buying a B450M Steel Legend, and I want to go with 64 gb ram. Will be using Ryzen 5 3600x.

I was looking at G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 3200, but they are not on the list. Anyone had that combo?
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has anyone gotten Corsair Vengeance CMK16GX4M2Z3600C14 to work on x570 Phantom Gamin ITX w/3950X?
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not listed on X570 Taichi QVL but working just fine.. TEAMGROUP-UD4-3200
TeamGroup T-Force EXTREEM ARGB 3200C14
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x370 taichi, memory 4x32gb G.skill F4-3200C16Q-128GVK
Works fine with cpu 2600, 2700x, 3950x
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mem Hynix cjr - mobo bios 2.90.
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Post here your memory sticks that work with your processor and Asrock motherboard at xmp rated specs or higher.


My 2x8gb corsair vengeance LPX 3000mhz cl 16 1.2v (CMK8GX4M1D3000C16) is working fine with my Asrock b450m steel legend and ryzen 5 3600x at 3600mhz cl16 1.35v.
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I was just about to order the same RAM ... I had the same issues with three other brands and models of RAM with my 570 STEEL LEGEND WIFI AX motherboard. Please let me know if you find how to resolve it or find better ram that is stable at 3200 MHz or above ... because right now I am disappointed in Ryzen and ASRock, I didn't expect these types of issues when moving over from Intel
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The official support for Ryzen 3000 is only up to 3200 MT/s with 2 single rank sticks. Since you have 64 GB, I assume it's dual-rank, and official support for 4 sticks of dual-rank memory is only 2667 MT/s. I don't mean so say it's impossible to run at faster speeds, I have 4 dual-rank Micron e-die sticks running at 3600 MT/s overclock (they are rated at 3200), but I spent quite awhile tinkering to get this setup stable. Just dialing in XMP profile might not be enough, unfortunately. Since you have the system booting with 4 sticks at 3600, there's a good chance you can get them stable. Try running Ryzen Memory Calculator and dialing in the settings it recommends manually, including SoC and VDDP voltage. I run 1v SoC and 0.8v VDDP, which is actually lower than what "auto" sets. Then you can try increasing timings (bumping tRCD RD/WR is a good start IMO), or decreasing the frequency to 3533, 3466 and so on. Third option, if you still can return the memory, try some other kit or maybe even another set of the same SKU to see if you get more lucky.
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