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manirelli's Build Guide: Enthusiast AMD Ryzen Gaming Build


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kingknapp 2 points 12 months ago

Are you using RAM that is specifically compatible with Ryzen? I am no expert on the topic, but I believe that it is much better to get that type of RAM due to all DDR4 RAM being optimized towards Intel atm (heard this from JayzTwoCents).

Rgbeast 1 Build 1 point 12 months ago

The RAM works fine. Literally the only issue I have is with the speed not going over 2133Mhz with 4 slots filled. If I remove 2 modules, the speed jumps up to a max of 2666Mhz on 3000Mhz RAM. Because I have noticed no change that you can actually feel, for aesthetics I just leave all 4 occupied until/if/when optimization happens.

foohydude5 1 point 12 months ago

I heard this from Linus Tech Tips. Apparently the AMD RAM doesn't preform much better according to benchmarks.

But no, I am explicitly saying that AMD has trouble addressing high frequency RAM. AMD is supposedly working on the problem.

Source: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/743153-amd-ryzen-has-issues-with-high-frequency-ram-fix-will-come-in-1-2-months/

I haven't looked into it recently but I do know that it was being mentioned.