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    Not sure but the best 3200 bins currently that ive seen are 14-14-14. Its probably B and definitely Samsung.

    Nice to see you back again chispy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Not sure but the best 3200 bins currently that ive seen are 14-14-14. Its probably B and definitely Samsung.

    Nice to see you back again chispy.
    So, right now i have these
    http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/bls4k8g4d240fsa
    On my x99 with 5820K, running 2666 15-15-15-1T at 1.25v , so are they a "no way in hell" a "maybe" or "should be fine" ? :-D
    Im pretty positive im going ryzen in the first few months, also this 2400mhz with four modules is a definitive hard thing or more like a suggestion and also could be fixed with a bios update ?
    I need 32gb :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Not sure but the best 3200 bins currently that ive seen are 14-14-14. Its probably B and definitely Samsung.

    Nice to see you back again chispy.
    Thanks for the answer Chew , Samsung B-die then it's all good in my book. I'm really looking forward to your findings bro as not a lot of AMD overclockers from our time are around anymore , really happy to see Motherboard vendors pushing out new Bios like crazy. Things will get better as Bios mature as always has been that way.

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    Crucial uses a micron chip. Im told they do decent with volts vario.

    No clue on Amd yet.
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    I see the timings way better on the ones chew posted on corsair


    Boy I'm hoping these babys will work on Crosshair6 Hero board and Zen 1800x
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    I just bought this G-Skill Kit to get started. I'll wait to see how other kits fair before buying anything crazy.

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    QVL

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle101 View Post
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16820232474

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    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...a0bc759606b034

    I see the timings way better on the ones chew posted on corsair


    Boy I'm hoping these babys will work on Crosshair6 Hero board and Zen 1800x
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    Vengeance? I have the same, but 3200 MHz kit
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    G.Skill F4-3200C15D-16GVK kit here, should be Samsung ICs. Will give them the full test treatment when my Aorus G5 and Zen 1700 arrive in a day or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Corsairs are ordered. Guinea pig mode engaged.
    hope they do very well chew.....then I will get mine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ket View Post
    G.Skill F4-3200C15D-16GVK kit here, should be Samsung ICs. Will give them the full test treatment when my Aorus G5 and Zen 1700 arrive in a day or two.
    ket long time no see Bro....
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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle101 View Post
    hope they do very well chew.....then I will get mine
    I mocked something up with the sacrificial corair hynix based ics that were shipped in reviewers box before i just dove in and ordered them

    Necessity is the mother of creativity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle101 View Post
    ket long time no see Bro....
    waiting to see your results
    Hello I'm always about, just nowhere near the time I used to have to haunt the forums anymore. Very much looking forward to messing with Zen though! I'll even be trying out that fancy new Wraith cooler until the AM4 bracket arrives for my Seidon 120 to see how it holds up to "proper" cooling

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    I mocked something up with the sacrificial corair hynix based ics that were shipped in reviewers box before i just dove in and ordered them

    Necessity is the mother of creativity.
    I prefer "whatever is necessary is never unwise"
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    I prefer to take unnecessary risks while using a little common sense...but only a little.

    The very second you concern yourself about the risks involved is the moment when you actually break something.
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    wonder if thats true
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    Quote Originally Posted by vario View Post
    wonder if thats true
    http://imgur.com/a/inXFN

    Without knowing timings used its a shot in the dark to make assumptions. if identical timings were used its realistic however. There is also an X factor that I'm not at liberty to discuss yet.

    Grid autosport is very sensitive to total platform performance albeit a little dated. Its also real world vs synthetic.

    I'm likely going to use it as a reference in testing since it is highly accurate and consistent and does not require me to make my own custom benchmark.

    It also allows other users to do a direct comparison of there own system versus my results which would be impossible with a custom made benchmark unless it was hosted for public use.
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    I think that Witcher 3 bench is fishy. The scaling is weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vario View Post
    wonder if thats true
    http://imgur.com/a/inXFN
    Probably a photoshop.

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    What gives it away is the scale on the left that still goes up to 115 FPS.

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    Could just be a marketing slide that they use throughout there lineup as well. which once again makes it meaningless.
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    I know, this slide is based at MSI Z270 board and maybe its similar for AM4 board?
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    missed fed ex. no clue how the memory shipped here that fast......I wasn't expecting anything else but who knows. I'll find out after 6pm est when I go pick it up.
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    AMD wanted to calm people down a bit ;-)

    https://twitter.com/AMDRyzen/status/836285599636127744

    Timings are weak, but its kinda reasurring
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    I'm fairly certain its the kit used and not the cpu at fault for the rather conservative timings.
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    Forgive me but I remember hearing that the Bios was embeded on the CPU, correct? How does manufacturer baord bios/firmware fit in all this?
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