DDR5-7600 memory is compatible with the Core i9-13900K.

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    Not sure if meant that way, but compatible does not equal "guaranteed".

    Was it late yesterday, HH :D
     
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    asturur Maha Guru

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    I wonder if intel will get any benefit from those, usually was AMD that enjoyed faster memory, i wonder if this generation with larger caches does any difference apart 7zip and some geekbenching
     
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    lukas_1987_dion Master Guru

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    Intel always scaled good with fast memory.. AMD scaled the best with lower timings, but less with Ryzen.
     

  5. cucaulay malkin

    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    What's max for 7000 series ?
     
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    nizzen Ancient Guru

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    If you are meaning AMD 7 series, so is it about 6400mhz max stable plus/minus a few 100 mhz. Depends on imc/timings/voltage etc...
    I'm running 6200mhz c28 on 7950x now. 6400 with tight timings isn't 100% stable yet. Maybe I need a new bios or better memory controller.

    Edit: wrote 7400 instead of 6400..
     
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    moab600 Ancient Guru

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    How's the 7950X? have u tried ECO mode and PBO UV2?
     
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    nizzen Ancient Guru

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    It's pretty good, but not super good. Memory performance is garbage, so the latency and gaming performance is under what we should expect from a new generation. Looks like AMD nerfed 7xxx series to sell more 3d models later. There is no doubt that my 7950x is lacking cache/low latency/memory performance when the fps is WAY more unstable than Alder Lake 12900k with 7000mhz memory. 7 series is beat by last generation in gaming LOL. (5800x3d)

    A bit dissapointed that 7950x can't beat 12900k in the games I play. Why on earth couldn't AMD release 7950x3d day one...... Now we have to wait for good gaming performance, and 13 series to intel is going steal marked share.
    Overclock the cpu a few 100mhz up doesn't do anything in games. Lower latency/ memory performance is the key. Read; Tuning the memory.

    To bad this sux on this platform right now.... Just like Zen 1-2 and 3. :(

    This is my oppinion right now.
     
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    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    Yeah the latency is straight awful,even using 6000 C30, this is probably why it falls behind 12th gen in really CPU heavy scenarios where using high quality ram usually helped a ton.r7000 could actually have been better with an improved ddr4 controller,allowing 4266/4400 c17 in sync mode,instead of ddr5.
     
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    If the IMC on the Raptor Lakes are still at 2000mhz, might hold off till the DDR5 8000's hit the scene. the 7600's very well might be clockable up to that speed regime.
     
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    Valken Ancient Guru

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    But is this RAM kit running at GEAR 1 or 2? If two, its half the frequency to the IMC...
     
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    Meanwhile motherboard reviewer at TPU is saying Ryzen 7000 is having compatibility issues with some RAM kits at above 5600MT/s....

    Should be interesting to see some DDR5 scaling above 7000MT/s with Intel 13th gen.
     
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    Above 8000mhz ;)
     
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    wow, you are running outside the 1:1 ratio and you are wondering why performance is worse than 12900k. you had a 12900k system with 7000mhz memory and got ryzen system? why? nothing you saying on this forum is making any sense and sad thing is some here are actually buying it.
     
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    nothing you saying is true after looking at the official benchmarks, even 7700x is spanking the 12900k in like every game, stop the nonsense. nizzen is running above 6200mhz on his ryzen as he claims, and that is outside the 1:1 ratio, for best latency and performance it is best to run 6000mhz with the lowest possible timings. But i personally think he is trolling here, claims he's running 12900k with 7000mhz lol and then pretends he wanted the 7900x3d. obviously he doesnt have neither the new ryzen, or the intel system with 7000mhz.
     

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    I am sure he has a 12900k, 13900k and 7950x.
    He just has very weird settings like 1080p and 500fps to provoke a Intel win.
     
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    Only in bs hub tests where i3 gets 150fps lol, check out purepc tests where CPU locations are really tested and weak cpus will actually struggle.see how well 7700x does there against 12700k on ddr4
    Nizzen already posted pics of his 7950x lol what kind of stupid argument is that
     
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    I see you don't know the Guru3D enthusiast crowd dude , you are new to this forum hence i understand why you are questioning @nizzen . He is a very knowledgable person and one of the more die hard enthusiast on this forum. He has run ddr5 over 7000Mhz + for a very long time , and his knowledge overclocking ddr5 ram he has share over here as well as other enthusisast sites like overclock.net.

    He has bought CH Hero x670 and 7950x and showed shared some numbers , so get off your high horse and stop calling people Trolls on this forum newbie , you have 0 , zero , cero , nada knowledge of ddr5 i see ;) please take a hike...
     
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  19. TLD LARS

    TLD LARS Master Guru

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    I hope we can agree on a middle ground because Nizzen is a person that writes statements hard and fast, with little evidence to back it up.
    He may be very knowledgeable, but he is not good at putting it into words.
    Until recently around 5% of his posts had "noob" or other insults in them in some form.
     
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    you say he is enthusiast? and yet he runs memory on zen 4 at 6200Mhz and breaking the 1:1 infinity fabric ratio? lmao. maybe I am new here but I been doing this since my first Gateway PC in the early 90's.
     
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