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wich DDR4 RAM to get

Post #1 by Flexnl » Mon May 25, 2015 4:00 am

hello
i have a 5820k with gigabyte x99 ud4 mobo arriving next week \o/
now i just need some ram, my question is if there is any difference between 4x4 and 2x8 modules? (in speed)
and does anyone have any advice about wich brand to go with? i can spend max 200euro (140 gbp)
tnx in advance
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Re: wich DDR4 RAM to get

Post #2 by nickolp1974 » Mon May 25, 2015 7:05 am

You want quad channel so 4x4 kit such as these https://www.memoryc.com/computer-memory ... d-kit.html a very good price indeed, just set an email/text alert, they get stock in regular but dont get many at a time.
Basically you want 4 sticks and i'd recommend G.Skill
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Post #3 by Arne Saknussemm » Mon May 25, 2015 11:43 am

I would say get a 4x4 kit that way you can bin sticks and have some chance of two of them being good clockers if you get my hazy statistical thinking...(which might be wrong but I can't be bothered to work it out)...for dual channel or quad channel use

I would say get G.Skill 3000 after my own experience with them....if you want to use them for anything like day to day you want to stay with 100 BCLK to take advantage of speedstep etc. and 3200 is a sweet spot on these sytems I think.

If pure OC then gamble on what the IMC can run but I reckon 3200 is shooting too high on 5820 which is lower binned silicon by default. 3000 quite high but doable...2666 maybe sweet for 5820?

My 3000 kit does 3200 1T at same 1.35volts up from xmp of 3000 2T and tightens up nicely at a bit higher 1.4 -1.475 volts Hynix ICs

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Re: wich DDR4 RAM to get

Post #4 by Flexnl » Wed May 27, 2015 5:44 am

so arne ..do i understand it correct that you are saying : better not buy 3000mhz kit cause 5820 cant handel it most likely?
and both off you thank you for your advice! very much appreciated!

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Post #5 by Arne Saknussemm » Wed May 27, 2015 10:43 am

Hmmm what am I saying...thinking out loud really so....

and , I haven't had my hands on one...yet... but looking at top scores on the BOT there are none with anything above 3000MHz even in the records and those will be nice chips.

Paw had one and got 2666 memory...

I guess if you get a 3000 kit you could run it at 2800 or 2666 and tighten timings....or get a 2800 or 2666 kit and OC it?

I guess if it is pure benching you are after I'd get a 3000 kit because maybe you would want to change to 5930 or 5960 one day?

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Post #6 by Menthol » Wed May 27, 2015 12:38 pm

I can't remember I originally had all 3 CPU's, my 5820 was not a good overclocker but I don't remember it not being able to run my GSkill 3000mhz kit at 3000mhz
Actually here it is at 3200mhz http://hwbot.org/submission/2648415_men ... 1905_marks
Maybe it's to ASUS OC socket, haven't had any other boards besides ASUS

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Post #8 by Rauf » Wed May 27, 2015 6:20 pm

Have tested two 5820k. Both did 3200 15-15-15. My kit, a hyper x predator @ 3000 c16 can't do lower than cl 15 though. So I'm thinking of getting a new kit. Looking at the gskill linked above. It seems like a good choice.
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Post #9 by Flexnl » Thu May 28, 2015 5:11 pm

Ok guys thank you all so much for the info...
i wil get the g.skill 3000 kit most likely :D:D

i have borrowed a ddr4 stick from a friend for the time beeing, because today my board and cpu came in and i wanted to test it ..
but i come from z87 H100 (corsair) cooled setup, and apperently i need other screws for this socket because its not gonne work with the ones i have :(:(:( (....I could have known this, i know, i know :D
so to be continued haha
tnx again guys !
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Re: wich DDR4 RAM to get

Post #10 by Flexnl » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:07 pm

hi guys
I finally got a change to upgrade my rigg a bit, today my dominators platinum (4x4 3200c16) came in..along with a samsung 960 EVO m.2 ssd and a very sexy lookin NZXT kraken x52

so far my 5820k is handeling xmp @ 3200 without problems :D:D:D on a NON oc socket board... tomorrow i get an asus x99 pro in and i will be finally back with dear asus :D:D

also a thermaltake 27 vieuw is coming in with some nice rgb fans! i think this will be a nice build:)... next goal is waterloop for cpu with some nice rigid tubing and a 1080TI to replace my 980TI

i will post pics soon :D

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Re: wich DDR4 RAM to get

Post #11 by Flexnl » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:38 am

i am really amazed by the difference between asus x99 pro and gigabyte x99 ud4...
i can get higher clock with less volts on the core! the difference is about 100mhz, but uncore i have had up to 4ghz :D:D wile the gigabyte board couldnt get past 3,2ghz
conclusion: asus rocks :)

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Re: wich DDR4 RAM to get

Post #12 by william139 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 6:25 am

There are many great features DDR 4 modules operate at 1.2V, up to 20 percent lower than previous technology, allowing for decreased power consumptions in systems and longer battery life in devices. According to current technologies do use DDR 4 instead of previous version.


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