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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #700 on: 03-March-18, 11:43:13 »

Hi!

I just got Ryzen setup recently and for RAM i picked G.Skill 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz, CL16 F4-3200C16D-16GVKB and for MOBO i got MSI X370 GAMING PRO CARBON and i can only get them to run what BIOS defaulted them to which is 2133MHz

I upped dram voltage to 1.35v as the RAM suggests and tried 3200MHz XMP profile and it did not even boot and 2933MHz(if i recall right) profile booted but was unstable.

Any help with getting higher clock than 2133MHz? :]

The more sticks you have installed, the less likely you are to hit higher frequencies.
The best I can suggest is to follow the guidelines within the overclocking guide for memory here on these forums : https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=286610.0
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #701 on: 13-March-18, 12:28:41 »

You have neither a Gaming series (and most importantly) nor a Ryzen platform mainboard.

Open your own thread in AMD section. Note that the thread you opened but locked yourself got removed.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #702 on: 14-March-18, 11:32:08 »

Hi everyone!
I have a Ryzen 5 1600 , MSI Krait x370 MOBO and Corsair CMK8GX4M1A2400C14 Vengeance LPX 8 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz C14 RAM, the thing is that it wont stop freezing (Mouse and sound for about 20 seconds and then i have to reboot), should i change the ram sticks? They dont throw any errors on testings, this RAM model doesnt seem to be supported by ryzen... Thanks!
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #703 on: 15-March-18, 08:32:32 »

Has anybody here any experience with the motherboard -X370 GAMING M7 ACK? I want to know if anybody has ran the G skills flare x 3200 8GB ram 2 DIMM 16GB KIT (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) on that motherboard... that is the ram I would like to run but it's not listed on their compatibility list for that board ....but they do list the 32GB KIT ( F4-3200C14Q-32GFX) ....
Is there a reason they don't list the 16GB kit?
Was wondering if anybody ran the flare X 16GB 2X8GB KIT (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) and if it ran properly on the
 x370 gaming M7 ack motherboard...?? 
    I know it's impossible for them to test all of the ram out there although this one is AMD specific.. Mainly just looking for some confirmation before I buy because of the confusion when it comes to compatibility and the ryzen CPU motherboards.

I would run the 32GB kit  but it's a couple hundred dollars out of my budget and I don't need but 16GB anyways...
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #704 on: 15-March-18, 09:13:32 »

Is there a reason they don't list the 16GB kit?

It's nearly impossible to test every single kit of RAM out there.

Most likely it will work perfectly fine. I wouldn't worry about it. I'd be more surprised if it didn't work.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #705 on: 18-March-18, 15:59:35 »

Hi,

I just would like to share the memory I am using and the speed I hit.

MB: MSI X370 GAMING PRO CARBON
Memory: G.Skill 8192 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3000C16-8GTZR
Max speed I was able to hit is 3200Mhz

I am planing to get 32GB in the future and will reply about the results. 

Link: https://valid.x86.fr/cikxmp

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #706 on: 08-April-18, 03:21:50 »

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Those rams works great with ryzen but not referenced by msi or gskill as compatible .... don't know why:

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #707 on: 08-April-18, 07:28:08 »

I mean.....let's stop and think about this for a minute....

How many different RAM manufacturer's are out there?
Ok, now, multiply that by how many different sticks of memory they make. (so, you've got memory that's 2400 MHz, but CL14, CL15, CL16, each being a different model, then consider all the other different options....LED lighting on memory, colored and controllable LED lighting, plain heat spreaders, no heat spreaders).....

Even within a single manufacturer, you might be looking at 100+ different models.
No company is going to go through and buy some for each and every configuration.....that would be absurd, and make for a lot of testing. Then add all the different configurations (1 stick, 2 sticks, 4 sticks, and even 8 sticks on some boards.....)
I mean.....it's not hard to see that the amount of testing to realistically do all that would take a long long time.

MSI tests what they have on hand at the time.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #708 on: 09-April-18, 17:22:25 »

Would any one here be able to help me out with a memory issue?

motherboard: X370 Gaming M7 ACK
cpu: ryzen 71800x
memory: 4 x 8GB G.KSILL Ripjaws V Series F4-3200C14D-16GVK

I am having troubles hitting the 3200. Updated BIOS on the board, enabled XMP profile to correct 3200 profile, and I'm getting Windows crashes. Ran mem tests with XMP enabled and disabled and do get memory errors for XMP on but no errors when disabled.  Doing some research, others suggested adjusting the SoC voltage? Does anyone know what this needs to be changed to? I do think I need to fine tune some voltages to hit 3200 stable, but I'm not sure exactly what. Anybody experience anything similar or provide any suggestions on the best way to begin troubleshooting?

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #709 on: 09-April-18, 18:06:07 »

https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=286610.0

See that topic. Read the first post entirely. It should explain things fairly clearly.
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« Reply #710 on: 28-April-18, 20:42:01 »

I currently have B350 Tomahawk but the bios update only shows 2700 not 2700x? Some boards like Cheap Bazooka, Pc mates are B350 but my Tomahawk doesn’t supports 2700X ryzen 7 ?  Why all b350 supports 2700x I need some help I haven’t use my Motherboard I just bought 2700X
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« Reply #711 on: 30-April-18, 01:46:10 »

I currently have B350 Tomahawk but the bios update only shows 2700 not 2700x? Some boards like Cheap Bazooka, Pc mates are B350 but my Tomahawk doesn’t supports 2700X ryzen 7 ?  Why all b350 supports 2700x I need some help I haven’t use my Motherboard I just bought 2700X

It should support it.
Where are you seeing that it doesn't support it? screen captures or some pictures of some kind showing what you're talking about?
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #712 on: 11-May-18, 00:32:21 »

Thread Ripper is the same thing, I cant complain though, it will run heavy intense programs faster than anything I've had before. Mine only goes to 2800 with 4gb x 8 sticks, and I know there's not a problem with the memory rated for 3466. I have used other motherboards and only have gotten it to 2933 it was screaming fast. Felt faster than normal, like the 2800 even at what i am at now it feels faster than the 3000 with my old 5930k. Maybe just me? Its good to know they are working on it to improve speed anyways, a bios update and boom 3466 would be like a wet dream.
My options are limited if I wanted 16 cores and 3466 speeds I would have to pay double if not tripple from intel. I like memory speed, but i like saving money that i dont have, too. 
I have heard of people getting 3200 with thread ripper but they are probally only using two sticks, Some applications like simulators like memory for extra texture, so it seems better to have a large supply 16gb+ for the realism.
Well to put it short You will probally experience the same thing with other maufactures motherboards and If you go intel expect to pay for it, the motherboards and memory start to hit hard. 
What its worth I found playing with the latencys really help, but becareful, I ran into a instance where I had to bios flash to get my motherboard back, just by changing one number. But it does make a diffrence, a big one. even though the MHz number dont look so preatty.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #713 on: 11-May-18, 11:59:51 »

System:
- MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon
- Ryzen 1800x
- 2x G.SKILL - F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX - so at all 32GB RAM

- My problem is, that I cannot get to anything. So I'm stuck at 1866 MHz RAM Speed.
- Neither any A-XMP profile nor any custom configuration would lead to anything higher than 1866 MHz.
-- I think this is the dual rank/channel default fallback profile

I'm kind of disappointed, because at my X370 Gaming Pro Carbon I had installed before, I could easily get to 2933 MHz with same hardware.

If anyone has some feedback for this hardware situation, just give me a hint. Would be great.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #714 on: 11-May-18, 15:37:09 »

System:
- MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon
- Ryzen 1800x
- 2x G.SKILL - F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX - so at all 32GB RAM

- My problem is, that I cannot get to anything. So I'm stuck at 1866 MHz RAM Speed.
- Neither any A-XMP profile nor any custom configuration would lead to anything higher than 1866 MHz.
-- I think this is the dual rank/channel default fallback profile

I'm kind of disappointed, because at my X370 Gaming Pro Carbon I had installed before, I could easily get to 2933 MHz with same hardware.

If anyone has some feedback for this hardware situation, just give me a hint. Would be great.

What BIOS version are you currently using?
Are you sure it's a X470 board?
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #715 on: 11-May-18, 15:42:26 »

What BIOS version are you currently using?
Are you sure it's a X470 board?
There's just one - v20. And of course, it's the X470.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #716 on: 11-May-18, 16:18:52 »

There's just one - v20. And of course, it's the X470.
Give this a try. V211 of the bios : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1t_IGrqq9erqXJsAtXNPhWyHoh4ESW_El
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #717 on: 12-May-18, 09:18:48 »

Hey darkhawk!

thanks for you efforts,
I fixed it some minutes ago.. the problem were my 2.0 speakers with 3.5mm input. They must have created kind of an overload.. without them, everything is just fine and I can easily get to A-XMP Profile 2 with 3200 14-14-14-34.
So - solved!

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #718 on: 21-May-18, 05:28:44 »

Hello guys!

I am trying to fine tune my memory on a B350M Mortar, using latest bios 7A37v1F. I would like to adjust cldo_vddp to try to hit 3333mhz stable, but I don't know what's it's current value. :(

I already tried using hwinfo64 for the sensors reading, but no cldo_vddp value read, therefore, I would like to know if it would be possible for msi engineers to display the value on the bios on the next update, just like vcore, vnb, vdimm etc.

Proc odt and all other values on memory advanced settings would be nice too, if possible, although those I am able to read with Ryzen Timing Checker 1.03.1.

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #719 on: 23-May-18, 20:28:22 »

I have an X470 Gaming Plus motherboard. So far, everything seems to work fine except the memory. I have this memory here (https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820215151). I can boot successfully to Windows with either stick in slot 1 or slot 2, but not in slot 3 or 4. I can boot successfully with both sticks in 2/4 or 1/3, but Windows reads it as "16.0 GB (8.0 GB available)." I can put them in slots 1/2 and use all 16.0 GB, but then I'm stuck in single-channel mode. It defaults to 2667MHz, but has no problem running at the default 3000 or even overclocked to 3066. I've increased the voltage to 1.37 to see if that would allow it to use both sticks, but it doesn't make a difference (though it appears to be stable—I'm using my PC to write this now). I have updated to the latest BIOS. Is the motherboard bad? Is the RAM bad? How else can I test it to be sure?
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #720 on: 24-May-18, 17:51:07 »

I have an X470 Gaming Plus motherboard. So far, everything seems to work fine except the memory. I have this memory here (https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820215151). I can boot successfully to Windows with either stick in slot 1 or slot 2, but not in slot 3 or 4. I can boot successfully with both sticks in 2/4 or 1/3, but Windows reads it as "16.0 GB (8.0 GB available)." I can put them in slots 1/2 and use all 16.0 GB, but then I'm stuck in single-channel mode. It defaults to 2667MHz, but has no problem running at the default 3000 or even overclocked to 3066. I've increased the voltage to 1.37 to see if that would allow it to use both sticks, but it doesn't make a difference (though it appears to be stable—I'm using my PC to write this now). I have updated to the latest BIOS. Is the motherboard bad? Is the RAM bad? How else can I test it to be sure?

Hardware problem that really isn't meant to be discussed here and really should have your own thread opened....

That being said....it sounds more like either your CPU is bad, CPU socket is bad, motherboard is bad, or memory sockets on the motherboard are bad.

The only way you get those kinds of issues is if some of the signals coming from the memory in sockets 3 and 4 aren't making it all the way back to the CPU. Usually it ends up being bent pins on the CPU or CPU socket.....but occasionally it's been the motherboard.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #721 on: 02-June-18, 08:41:24 »

I have X470 M7 motherboard and also have 4 sticks, each of 8GB, installed.

I am getting stable speed of 3090MHz. However I run it at 3000MHz and it is doing very well.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #722 on: 17-June-18, 17:27:03 »

Just noticed that my memory isn't listed in the compatibility list.

I own a MSI B350 Gaming Plus with the last bios 7A34vMA and my Gskill Tridentz 3200CL16 works with XMP at 3200.

You guys can add this to the compatibility list i have 2x8gb working at 3200 with 1.36v with XMP

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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #723 on: 18-June-18, 01:44:52 »

Just noticed that my memory isn't listed in the compatibility list.

I own a MSI B350 Gaming Plus with the last bios 7A34vMA and my Gskill Tridentz 3200CL16 works with XMP at 3200.

Glad to hear, but that's not guaranteed for others.
Here is your CPU:
https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-5-1600
Max System Memory Speed : 2667MHz

Also, that compatibility list doesn't mean too much.
If the BIOS is not buggy, when it comes to memory speed, the motherboard is irrelevant.
All it matters is the quality of your CPU IMC (and your luck).
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« Reply #724 on: 20-June-18, 04:31:53 »

Glad to hear, but that's not guaranteed for others.
Here is your CPU:
https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-5-1600
Max System Memory Speed : 2667MHz

Also, that compatibility list doesn't mean too much.
If the BIOS is not buggy, when it comes to memory speed, the motherboard is irrelevant.
All it matters is the quality of your CPU IMC (and your luck).
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Hi, i do understand that but just because the cpu is 2667 doesn't mean that can't do higher, if you take a look at the compatibility memory page for this type of cpu you can see all kinds of memory recommended from 2400 to 3200 and that is the only reason i did my input.


This page: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B350-GAMING-PLUS#support-mem-12

I just wanted MSI to know that this kit works at full speed on the last bios, not sure about the previous cause i skiped.
Im sure more people have the same combo and could reply or could even be tested inhouse, but in the other hand new boards are coming like the B450 and probably wont have the same early adpoting problems we the 1st gen had.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #725 on: 20-June-18, 05:15:35 »


Hi, i do understand that but just because the cpu is 2667 doesn't mean that can't do higher,

Who said it can't do higher?
I said anything above 2666 is NOT guaranteed by anyone (MSI, AMD, G-Skill).

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B350-GAMING-PLUS/Specification
Supports DDR4 1866/ 2133/ 2400/ 2667(OC)/ 2933(OC)/ 3200(OC)+ Mhz *

https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-5-1600
Max System Memory Speed : 2667MHz

https://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-3200c16d-16gtzb
Rated XMP frequency & stability depends on MB & CPU capability.

I hope it's cristal clear now.
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« Reply #726 on: 20-June-18, 14:17:43 »

Who said it can't do higher?
I said anything above 2666 is NOT guaranteed by anyone (MSI, AMD, G-Skill).

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/B350-GAMING-PLUS/Specification
Supports DDR4 1866/ 2133/ 2400/ 2667(OC)/ 2933(OC)/ 3200(OC)+ Mhz *

https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-5-1600
Max System Memory Speed : 2667MHz

https://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-3200c16d-16gtzb
Rated XMP frequency & stability depends on MB & CPU capability.



I hope it's cristal clear now.
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Was always cristal clear and a year ago this board and all the rest like cpu and mem could only do 2666 only because AGESA and bios updates can now do rated speed of 3200 and that's why i bought 3200 to be able to use, i was only letting people know that this kits now work at that speeds like others on the compatibility list but guess i shouldn't waste my time then, thanks.

Lesson learned and future stuff i will keep it for myself.
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« Reply #727 on: 20-June-18, 14:47:58 »

X470 Gaming Pro with CAS 14 g.skill trident z (non rgb) .

Enabled XMP in BIOS and it auto configured for 3200 no manual tweeking necessary.

Couldn't have been any easier.
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« Reply #728 on: 11-July-18, 05:28:00 »

Just chiming in to say I found my system would seemingly run fine with RAM set to 3200MHz until I ran any games for a period of time. The games wouldn't completely crash but were stuttering randomly with intermittent screen blanking and brief loss of controller connection. I lowered the RAM speed to 2667MHz which is the upper limit specified by AMD for my Ryzen 5 1600 and it's behaved fine since. I haven't tried anything in between so it may work slightly higher at 2933MHz but it's not worth the hassle of finding out as far as I'm concerned, I'm happy with how the system is performing.

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RAM which is on the QVL list (but tested for two modules only): 4 x 8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3200 CMK16GX4M2B3200C16
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600

I don't want to overclock the Ryzen either. If I upgrade the CPU in future to one that supports higher frequencies then I've got the RAM to accommodate it in place already.

CPU-Z dump showing timings attached, I'm using the slightly more aggressive 'try it' settings for 2667MHz now and they seem okay. Voltage is set to auto instead of 1.36V that setting tried to implement.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #729 on: 14-July-18, 08:04:35 »

Hey guys, 

I bought brand new X370 Gaming Pro Carbon, Ryzen 2600 and GSkill Ripjaws IV 3200MHz. Max frequency I can get for memory is 2800MHz. Everything above is not stable causing BSOD after few seconds. I updated to latest bios from MSI site which is 1.G0 . Is there newer beta bios or can we expect new stable bios update for this motherboard? Sorry if these questions are asked before but I'm new to AM4 platform and MSI motherboard. Thanks!
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« Reply #730 on: 14-July-18, 20:04:36 »

Hey guys,

I bought brand new X370 Gaming Pro Carbon, Ryzen 2600 and GSkill Ripjaws IV 3200MHz. Max frequency I can get for memory is 2800MHz. Everything above is not stable causing BSOD after few seconds. I updated to latest bios from MSI site which is 1.G0 . Is there newer beta bios or can we expect new stable bios update for this motherboard? Sorry if these questions are asked before but I'm new to AM4 platform and MSI motherboard. Thanks!

See : >>Please read and comply with the Forum Rules.<<
As this forum is run by users, we cannot provide timelines regarding release dates for BIOS's. We are not privy to that information from MSI directly. Basically.....what you know, is pretty much what we know.
The best you can really do in regards to BIOS's, outside of asking here, is to ask MSI directly : >>How to contact MSI.<<
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« Reply #731 on: 14-July-18, 20:24:21 »

Ok, thank you for informations.
About Agesa 1.0.0.6 ... Is that upcoming update for motherboards or is it implemented already in latest bios?
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« Reply #732 on: 14-July-18, 20:39:12 »

Ok, thank you for informations.
About Agesa 1.0.0.6 ... Is that upcoming update for motherboards or is it implemented already in latest bios?

Unfortunately, saying AGESA 1.0.0.6 is confusing at best.....
Keep in mind that there has technically been a 1.0.0.6.....for the original Ryzen chips.

The Pinnacle Ridge 1.0.0.6 update, I have no idea about. I haven't kept up with the information regarding Ryzen since the Ryzen 2 launch, so I'm not as aware.

Doing a quick web search seems to indicate that PinnaclePi 1.0.0.4 is in testing for most boards out there, which would mean 1.0.0.4 should be next.
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« Reply #733 on: 16-July-18, 19:16:01 »

MSI sent me PinnaclePi 1.0.0.4 but I don't see that something improved for my memory stability. I see here on forum a guy with same cpu and X470 gaming pro carbon has the same problem.
CnQ doesn't work correctily also. Now it managed to lower the frequency down but voltage remains the same. 
I hope it will be resolved soon. :)
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« Reply #734 on: 20-July-18, 12:36:47 »

Hi So no chance I get my native 3466 memory  to work on 3466 Mhz ? (XMP on 3200 does work) 
Running a Ryzen 2700X on MSI X470 GAming PRO MB. 

Any suggestions welcome :hypocrite:
https://www.corsair.com/eu/en/Categories/Products/Memory/VENGEANCE%C2%AE-RGB-16GB-%282-x-8GB%29-DDR4-DRAM-3466MHz-C16-Memory-Kit/p/CMR16GX4M2C3466C16
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« Reply #735 on: 21-July-18, 03:46:41 »

Hi So no chance I get my native 3466 memory  to work on 3466 Mhz ? (XMP on 3200 does work)
Running a Ryzen 2700X on MSI X470 GAming PRO MB.

Yes, that's a great Corsair piece of work.
:biggthumbsup:
But there is nothing 3466MHz NATIVE for your CPU:
https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-7-2700x  
Max System Memory Speed : 2933MHz
 

So if your CPU runs stable with 3200 at 1.2V, try a voltage bump (1.30...1.35V) for 3466 and see how it goes.
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« Reply #736 on: 18-August-18, 09:35:52 »

I have motherboard msi b350m pro-vdh whit Ryzen 5/1400 are they compatible with a module DDR4RAM 2x 8GB DDR4-3200 G.Skill RipJaws V schwarz Kit F4-3200C16D-16GVKB  help pls ??
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« Reply #737 on: 03-September-18, 16:39:59 »

MSI B450 Gaming Plus works perfectly with 16GB G.Skill F4-320016S-16GVK stick.
I tried 3200Mhz both on 1.25V and SPD (1.2V) with no issues at SPD timings.
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« Reply #738 on: 14-September-18, 13:03:44 »

MSI B450 Gaming Plus works perfectly with 16GB G.Skill F4-320016S-16GVK stick.
I tried 3200Mhz both on 1.25V and SPD (1.2V) with no issues at SPD timings.

I just sold a stick of F4-320016S-16GVK For my MSI x470 gaming Plus and it worked great.Here are some timings I ran 100% stable on that stick.

Default is 3200Mhz CL16-18-18-38
3200Mhz Tighter Timings Than Default CL14-15-15-30
3400Mhz Tighter Timings Than Default CL16-17-17-36




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« Reply #739 on: 17-September-18, 05:24:56 »

Corsair Vengeance 2400 to 2666,works fine
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« Reply #740 on: 23-September-18, 01:10:08 »

Unfortunately We can't use high frequancy rams with Ryzen. This is not good.
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« Reply #741 on: 23-September-18, 10:06:19 »

I wonder if I should be trying to get more than 3333MHz from the RAM modules in my signature. I was thinking that's pretty good but also wondering how the really high RAM speeds perform on the Intel boards. I see modules for sale that seem to support as much as 4700MHz.

Wondering what is the highest stable speed anyone has achieved with a AM4 motherboard.
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« Reply #742 on: 23-September-18, 11:10:29 »

Those high frequencies RAM are more for the record than actual usability and stability.
AM4 CPUs barely handle 3000-3200MHz, so going above 4000MHz on RAM requires much more tuning than it's actually worth.
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« Reply #743 on: 25-September-18, 03:04:23 »

I've been wondering around the net for like a month now researching and looking for compatible components. 

I am planning on building a rig this weekend for Ryzen 5 2600, 2600x, 2700 or 2700x and use MSI x470 gaming plus for the mobo. 

However. i am really confused since I can only want to get at least 16gb for now which is the most affordable we have here in our country (PH) for the G.Skill Ripjaws V series is 16gb (dual) ddr4 3200 G.Skill Ripjaws V, black, CL16 1.35v, pn: F4-3200C16D-16GVKB

However, on the Memory QVL compatibility list for Pinnacle Ridge, it only shows the 64GB variant of the Ripjaws V series. If I go with the 16gb do you guys think it will be compatible or not? Or as long as the RAM model is within the list regardless of the capacity?

Thank you in advance for your inputs and recommendations.

F4-3200C14Q-64GVK

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« Reply #744 on: 25-September-18, 03:37:05 »

MSI B450 Gaming Plus works perfectly with 16GB G.Skill F4-320016S-16GVK stick.
I tried 3200Mhz both on 1.25V and SPD (1.2V) with no issues at SPD timings.
Good to here this. I am new to this and no plans yet on overclocking. Still in the process of building my rig. Leaning towards the same G.skill ram but this is what I can get 16gb (dual) ddr4 3200 G.Skill Ripjaws V, black, CL16 1.35v, pn: F4-3200C16D-16GVKB or should I just get this for the 16gb (dual) ddr4 2400 G.Skill Flare X, red, CL16 1.2v, pn: F4 2400C16D 16GFXR (AMD recommneded) but still either rams are not exactly listed with the msi b450 gaming plus or even the MSI x470 gaming plus

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« Reply #745 on: 26-September-18, 17:33:07 »

While it is important to be realistic about RAM performance on AM4 boards success is possible.
I cannot believe I get to report this finally. After months and many BIOS updates.

The X370 Gaming Pro Carbon has gotten 3466MHz reliably on new Corsair RGB Pro modules.
AND!!!
The X470 Gaming M7 AC has achieved 4 DIMMS (count em') at 3200MHz via XMP2 profile

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« Reply #746 on: 05-October-18, 17:25:08 »

I'm almost ready to pull the trigger on purchasing parts for a new system, but hungup on what RAM to get.

My CPU will be the Ryzen 2950X. 
Motherboard will be either the MSI X399 SLI -OR- the MSI X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 
(probably leaning toward the Gaming Pro Carbon because Amazon currently has it priced *lower* than the other one. I don't think it makes a difference for the matter of memory support, does it?)

As far as RAM, my requirements are that I need 32GB and I want to achieve a speed of [font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]2933mhz. I don't intend to go higher than 2933, therefore I don't want to waste money on anything which would be overkill.[/font][/color]
What I'm seeing is that all of the Samsung B-Die options all start at around $400 for a 2-pack of DIMMs totaling 32GB. I'd like to stay between $300-350 if possible. Does anyone have recommendations for achieving 2933mhz, perhaps with some non-Samsung B-Die RAM?

This one maybe?
https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Memory/vengeance-lpx-black/p/CMK32GX4M2B3200C16
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« Reply #747 on: 05-October-18, 21:34:33 »

If you're getting a 29xx chip, wouldn't you want 4 DIMM's to maximize the bandwidth to your CPU? With only 2 sticks you get half of the maximum bandwidth possible....just saying....

Also, the G.skill tridentZ RGB's can be quite good as well.

I would probably suggest 4 x 8GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB's at 3200 MHz. 2 x 8GB will run around $175 or so.....so that's a bit closer to what you want to pay.
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Re: AMD Ryzen memory support
« Reply #748 on: 06-October-18, 02:53:26 »

System:
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- Ryzen 2200g
- 2x VGEN Tsunami - D4S4GL32A16TS. Its 8gb kit

- My problem is, that I cannot get to anything. So I'm stuck at 2400 MHz RAM Speed.
- Neither any A-XMP profile nor any custom configuration would lead to anything higher than 2400 Mhz
-- I think this is the dual rank/channel default fallback profile

If anyone has some feedback for this hardware situation, just give me a hint. It would be great.
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« Reply #749 on: 06-October-18, 02:59:37 »

Problem is, I never heard of this brand. And it seems so because it's limited to few countries only.
If you want high frequencies, get RAM kit from reputable brand like GSkill or Corsair.
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