Review TeamGroup T-Create Classic 10L DDR4-3200 C22 2x32GB Review: Slow By Nature

neojack

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thanks for the article

i'm confused by the OC :
"Upping the DRAM voltage from 1.2V to 1.45V netted us an overclock of 200 MHz. "

3200+200 = 3400mhz but in the charts we can see it at the 3800mhz mark
 

Nakal

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That's because 3200 isn't the speed in Megahertz.; It is mega-transfers. 1600 is the mhz. Since It is DDR RAM: 1600mhz 2 is 3200 1800mhz *2 is 3600. 19002 would be 3800mhz.
 
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sabishiihito

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The ICs on these can't be C-die or D-die since Hynix doesn't have any 16Gbit chips of those particular revisions in the wild yet. Currently they have AJR (H5ANAG8NAJR ) and MJR (H5ANAG8NMJR) so these must use one of those. I'm betting on AJR as those are the only ones with the -XNC (3200C22) JEDEC bin in mass production.
 

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while I get the annoyance of changing a couple of settings just to get memory to run at ( or even near) rated speed, who exactly is so hardware inexperienced they cannot change memory setting yet have a technical need for 64GB ? Plug n play is great but with these timings it seems you are " throwing the baby out with the bath water" even if this memory is inexpensive.