|RAM||16 GB DDR4|
|Memory Speed||3200 MHz|
G.SKILL Flare X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) AMD X370 Memory Model F4-3200C14D-16GFX
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- DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
- Timing 14-14-14-34
- Cas Latency 14
- XMP enabled for Ryzen
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Designed for the latest AMD Ryzen� processor, the Flare X series DDR4 memory kit marks the return of the legendary Flare memory that provided awesome performance in the previous generation of DDR memory. Upgrade your next AMD system into the ultimate gaming rig or a powerful workstation with the Flare X series DDR4 memory!
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Note, speeds of 3200 are not stable on most Ryzen systems unless your BIOS is up to AGESA version 1006 . Gigabyte had a BIOS flash for my motherboard that included this update and the memory runs perfect at 3200 14-14-14-34.
My set up:
Asus ROG Hero VI mother board (non wifi)
Ryzen 7 1700x OC @ 3.85GHz 1.375V
Corsair H115i AIO
Gskil Flare X @ 3200MHz (two kits = 32gb ram) CL 14-16-16-16-31 1.4v (with VDDSOC @ 1.05v)
Asus Strix Nvidea 1070 (x2 in SLI)
Samsung Evo 960 pro M.2 SSD 512gb
Segate Firecuda 2tb (x3)
Corsair RX850x PSU
Corsair 400c Case
If anyone is curious, my cinebench score averages 1691 with the above mentioned clocks. Changing memory frequency to anything higher than 3200mhz or changing its latency did not make a significant difference.
UPDATE: I played with my system a little more and did some fine tunning. In order to get both kits running at advertised speeds and tightened latencies, I upped the processor voltage to 1.38125V. This allowed me to run 32gb of this ram at 3200MHz CL 14-14-14-14-28-42 100% stable. All other settings remained the same as mentioned above. Cinebench score went up to average 1705. Everything is working great with no hiccups.
Now here is where it gets tricky, when I bought it, it was closer to $200 than $300. This made it not much more than any other memory kit and saved me a lot of time trying to find Ryzen compatible memory that would work at the advertised speeds. It was well worth the little extra I paid for the kit. As I am writing this review, the current price is $279.90, for that price I would spend the extra time digging through forum posts and the QVL. So if you want my recommendation as to if you should purchase this memory kit then I would say it depends on the price and how lazy you are. Other than having a proven track record with Ryzen, there is nothing special about this memory. For a bit less than $100 you could get a similar kit of the same size or for a bit over $100 more you could get a 32GB memory kit. With all the hard work that has been put into the bios updates, it should not be that hard to find a compatible memory kit. If the price drops back to the $230 I paid for it or less then I would recommend it to anyone.
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