Question Which ram is best for Ryzen 5900x?

orodruin

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Hello to everyone.

I use two of the Gskill TridentZ 2x16GB CL16 (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) memory kit in my system.

So I have a total of 4x16gb Ram. First kit is Samsung B die, Second kit is Hynix A Die.

I've been reading comments on the internet that CL14 memory kits perform better.

They also talk about the DRAM ratio value. I think they say 1:1:1 is the best value.

Would changing my rams help me? Is it worth it? Or which memory kit might be better to switch to?

My other existing system components are as follows;
AMD Ryzen 9 5900x
Asus Rog Crosshair VIII
ZOTAC Rtx2060 mini
2 x XPG SX8200Pro 1TB Nvme SSDs
Be Quiet Straightpower 11 850w Gold PSU
Be Quiet SilentBase 802 White Case

I would be glad if you give me an idea.
 

Lutfij

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Instead of using two kits, use one, the one that is B die specific though after the latest A.G.E.S.A codes, you're able to use pretty much any ram kit out there and also go up to DDR4-3600MHz and above. On a side note, which BIOS version are you working with?
 

orodruin

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Instead of using two kits, use one, the one that is B die specific though after the latest A.G.E.S.A codes, you're able to use pretty much any ram kit out there and also go up to DDR4-3600MHz and above. On a side note, which BIOS version are you working with?
I need 64 gb of memory for rendering. That's why I can't remove the kit. I have the latest updated BIOS Version.
 

Bob.B

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Hello to everyone.

I use two of the Gskill TridentZ 2x16GB CL16 (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) memory kit in my system.

So I have a total of 4x16gb Ram. First kit is Samsung B die, Second kit is Hynix A Die.

I've been reading comments on the internet that CL14 memory kits perform better.

They also talk about the DRAM ratio value. I think they say 1:1:1 is the best value.

Would changing my rams help me? Is it worth it? Or which memory kit might be better to switch to?

My other existing system components are as follows;
AMD Ryzen 9 5900x
Asus Rog Crosshair VIII
ZOTAC Rtx2060 mini
2 x XPG SX8200Pro 1TB Nvme SSDs
Be Quiet Straightpower 11 850w Gold PSU
Be Quiet SilentBase 802 White Case

I would be glad if you give me an idea.
Shop for a 2x32GB@3600.
It's going to get expensive for a minor bump in perf.
 

orodruin

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Here is the G.Skill RAM Configurator for the motherboard:

https://www.gskill.com/configurator?page=1&cls=1529635169&manufacturer=1524725352&chipset=1603955103&model=1603956445&adSearch2=Capacity§64GB (16GBx4),Capacity§64GB (32GBx2),Tested_Speed§3600MHz,

Any memory kit listed can work great as they have been validated to run at full DOCP/XMP speed with a capable CPU
I bought Gskill F4-4000C18D-32GTZR model ram. My goal was to buy the most optimal ram. Frankly, I don't like to play with timings or settings. This ram seems to be compatible with my motherboard and equivalent models of my motherboard. It has CL18 delay value. I think it will work fine. If there is a problem at 4000Mhz, I will manually set the speed to 3733 or 3600.

At first I thought of buying a 3600Mhz TridentZ, but I chose this ram because I knew that 4000Mhz was the most stable and highest speed I could get. As far as I know, delay values increase at higher speeds due to DRAM ratio and Infinity fabric ratio.
 
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