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Patriot Viper Steel Series 16GB (2x 8GB) 4000MHz CL19 Memory Kit £95.13 at CCL/Ebay
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Patriot Viper Steel Series 16GB (2x 8GB) 4000MHz CL19 Memory Kit £95.13 at CCL/Ebay

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Posted 22nd SepEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Not seen this kit cheaper, great and nice looking memory.
Key Features:
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL19
  • Speed: 4000MHz (PC4-32000)
  • 2 x 8GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory
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I have 32gb of these on Ryzen 3900x. Excellent performance so far and a bargain for B Die.
Edited by: "MarkyB0y" 22nd Sep
Got 32gb of the 3733 and 3600 models. No complaints apart from the fact that the heatsinks are coming apart sometimes (you can easily reattach them). Also the heatsinks have a bit of a height so they might hit the CPU fan if you are using an aftermarket cooler.
Norseg22/09/2019 15:27

Should I get these or these …Should I get these or these hotukdeals.com/deals/ballistix-sport-lt-16gb-2x-8gb-3200mhz-ddr4-ram-6821-at-ccl-3295677For my New Build, Ryzen 3600Is it worth the extra also trying to future proof since when I build my last PC its dated since I decided to get the best bang for my buckn



Go for the Ballistix since you are on a budget. Also going above 3733 on a Ryzen built is not recommended.
Draken2122/09/2019 15:43

Go for the Ballistix since you are on a budget. Also going above 3733 on a …Go for the Ballistix since you are on a budget. Also going above 3733 on a Ryzen built is not recommended.


I wouldn't say £800 is on a Budget

Why is it not recommended? What about 3600 ram is it worth the extra or nah

My GPU will be 5700 XT
Edited by: "Norseg" 22nd Sep
Norseg22/09/2019 16:25

I wouldn't say £800 is on a Budget Why is it not recommended? What …I wouldn't say £800 is on a Budget Why is it not recommended? What about 3600 ram is it worth the extra or nahMy GPU will be 5700 XT


infinity fab max's at 1800
Norseg22/09/2019 15:27

Should I get these or these …Should I get these or these hotukdeals.com/deals/ballistix-sport-lt-16gb-2x-8gb-3200mhz-ddr4-ram-6821-at-ccl-3295677For my New Build, Ryzen 3600Is it worth the extra also trying to future proof since when I build my last PC its dated since I decided to get the best bang for my buckn


Just get those and overclock using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator if you want more speed (you'll need to do the same to get the right settings to UNDERclock these anyway, so it's not any extra hassle). They use Micron E-die, which is a strong second place to the Samsung B-die used in these sticks and overclocks extremely well. You won't get anywhere even close to the 4400MT/s that these are rated for on a Ryzen setup anyway (or indeed the vast majority of Intel setups - only a handful of boards can run these at their rated speed).

The best case scenario is 3800MT/s, but that requires getting lucky with your CPU as well, as it requires the Infinity Fabric portion of it to be able to hit 1900MHz and far from all CPUs can do that. More realistic is 3600 or 3733, and the Ballistix sticks will do that with ease anyway. You could just buy a 3600MT/s kit and enable XMP, which will probably "just work", but that will result in significantly worse timings than doing it yourself, which impacts performance. It's really not that difficult anyway:

Edited by: "Aretak" 23rd Sep
The best motherboard for this?
Aretak23/09/2019 05:25

Just get those and overclock using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator if you want …Just get those and overclock using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator if you want more speed (you'll need to do the same to get the right settings to UNDERclock these anyway, so it's not any extra hassle). They use Micron E-die, which is a strong second place to the Samsung B-die used in these sticks and overclocks extremely well. You won't get anywhere even close to the 4400MT/s that these are rated for on a Ryzen setup anyway (or indeed the vast majority of Intel setups - only a handful of boards can run these at their rated speed). The best case scenario is 3800MT/s, but that requires getting lucky with your CPU as well, as it requires the Infinity Fabric portion of it to be able to hit 1900MHz and far from all CPUs can do that. More realistic is 3600 or 3733, and the Ballistix sticks will do that with ease anyway. You could just buy a 3600MT/s kit and enable XMP, which will probably "just work", but that will result in significantly worse timings than doing it yourself, which impacts performance. It's really not that difficult anyway:[Video]



I've overclocked my E-Die using that calculator and it seems to have worked fine but the numbers it gave me are : CL16-19-16-36

Does that sound right to you? From what i've seen the midddle two numbers are usually the same so not sure where the 19 has come from.
ianbeany23/09/2019 10:41

I've overclocked my E-Die using that calculator and it seems to have …I've overclocked my E-Die using that calculator and it seems to have worked fine but the numbers it gave me are : CL16-19-16-36Does that sound right to you? From what i've seen the midddle two numbers are usually the same so not sure where the 19 has come from.


Yeah, that's normal. One of the quirks of E-die is that it needs tRCDRD (along with tRC and tRFC) set fairly loose in comparison to other ICs.
Aretak23/09/2019 11:25

Yeah, that's normal. One of the quirks of E-die is that it needs tRCDRD …Yeah, that's normal. One of the quirks of E-die is that it needs tRCDRD (along with tRC and tRFC) set fairly loose in comparison to other ICs.



Ah thanks very much buddy. Thats put my mind at rest.

It scores 65ns latency in UserBenchmark which is very good from what I can gather so I'm pleased with it.
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