Teamgroup Launches New Spec DDR4 memory for AMD Ryzen CPUs at 3466 MHz

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. dirtm

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    Dunno if I got lucky or what, but I got 3400mhz running 100% stable with my 1800x, a long time ago, ever since agesa 1.0.0.6.
    I did it with G Skill Trident Z 3600mhz rated ram running with timings CL16-18-18-38.
    Sadly 3466mhz isn't 100% stable.
     
  3. fatboyslimerr

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    Teamgroup is a great choice for Ryzen CPUs. My T-Force Vulcan 3200MHz kit just worked straight away at DOCP 3200MHz on R5 2600.
    I bet these new kits are expensive though.
     
  4. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Yeah, I can concur. I am testing/reviewing the new Vulcan TUF kit right now, they use Samsung B-die, and I just reached a stable 3600 Mhz on Ryzen (gen2) with merely 3 seconds of tweaking.

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  5. waltc3

    waltc3 Master Guru

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    Have been running my Patriot Viper Elite 3200 (2x8GB) @ 3466Mhz 16-18-18-18 since the last AGESA update I installed recently--the bios for my x370 board containing the 1.0.0.2a AGESA, the MSI 2.B0 bios for the Gaming Pro Carbon AC. So I found this little news item especially interesting. Stability is 100% and Installed the latest Win10 build with it (I always do upgrade installs) yesterday without a hitch. It's just a squeak faster than the ram @ 3200, though, @ 16-16-16-16, the default. In fact, it takes a benchmark to detect any performance difference. Still, it's the psychological aspect I figure--must be...!
     
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    Too bad these like all other Ryzen advertised kits will cost 50-100$ more than a normal kit that isn't guaranteed i took my chance with my kit back on black Friday and get and get 3066mhz but saved nearly 100$ so i'm ok with that but i do wish i could get some Samsung B-die in there
     
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    i have an old tgroup kit 3000mhz 16-18-18 running at 15-15-15 on my ryzen 1600 fully stable at 1.4 volt, 16gb cost me 150 $ cnd almost 2years ago, sometimes its just better to tweak it yourself, you can save a lot
     
  8. Fox2232

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    I wonder how my clock vs. timings battle will progress with next agesa.
    Currently 4x8GB 3000MHz CL13,13,13,27 @ 1.35V. (TridentZ 3600MHz Rated as CL16,...36)
    I managed to boot once with 3466MHz settings.
     
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    This is what I got on my TeamGroup 3733 kit. 3550cl15 5000% pass stable with timings used as above. Dont look at benchmark score I'w ran it WHILE RAMTEST RUNNING to push stability to absolute maximum its at 60.8ns

    I also have 3600cl15 pass 2000% but infinity fabric is too unstable :(
     
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    Great to hear more and more brands supporting Ryzen out of the gate :)
     

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