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2 x 16GB
Price / GB
White / Silver
ECC / Registered
Non-ECC / Unbuffered
- 14 points
- 2 months ago
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Great kit so far that matched my black/white build... although you can't really see the RAM kit anyways since my Scythe Ninja covers 50% of the motherboard...
It's e-die!!! Supposedly, e-die has recently been getting just as good as Samsung b-die in a lot of cases for tuning/overclocking. And it is much less expensive.
Tuning & overclocking RAM is a huge rabbit hole to drop into... but long story short: Zen architecture CPUs LOOOOOVE well-tuned RAM. You can get a fairly significant performance increase in many applications/games (up to ~30%) just by tuning the CAS latency on your ram sticks. But you've got to have the magic trifecta of a decently-binned CPU, good VRMs on your motherboard, and win the silicone lottery on your RAM kit to really get the most out of tuning. Like I said... it's a deep rabbit hole. Start here if you're interested:
This is a similar kit to the one that numerous well-known Youtube RAM overclockers (such as Buildzoid) tuned with much success. I haven't tuned it yet (I will add my results to this review when I do), but there were no problems setting it to its XMP profile in the bios and have had not a whiff of BSOD so far.