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AMD has released a broad list of Ryzen compatible DDR4 memory modules

AMD has released a broad list of Ryzen compatible DDR4 memory modules

AMD has released a broad list of Ryzen compatible DDR4 memory modules

AMD has released a broad list of Ryzen compatible DDR4 memory modules

 
AMD has released a broad list of Ryzen compatible DDR4 memory modules, which AMD has verified to work at rated speeds with Ryzen CPUs at DCOP settings. Some of these kits may require BIOS updates with AMD's latest AGESA 1.0.0.6 microcode update on select motherboards. 
 
These verified kits come with speeds that range from 2133MHz to 3200MHz, coming from a range of manufacturers like G.Skill, Corsair, GEIL, ADATA and HyperX. All of the kits in this list have been verified to work reliably with AMD's latest Ryzen CPUs. 

  

AMD has released a broad list of Ryzen compatible DDR4 memory modules

 

AMD's latest DDR4 memory compatibility list can be viewed here. 

Faster DDR4 memory has already been shown to boost Ryzen's performance in certain scenarios, allowing Ryzen not only to offer increased levels of memory performance but to also come with higher Infinity Fabric speeds on the CPU itself.   

AMD's Infinity Fabric is set to run at the same speed as the user's memory, allowing users of high-speed memory to also benefit from increased performance in other areas of the CPU. This has been shown to improve Ryzen's gaming performance in CPU limited titles, as well as other performance metrics.    

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's latest verified memory list on the OC3D Forums.

 

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20-06-2017, 13:08:29

Bartacus
Damn, they don't list kits over 3200mhz. Quote

20-06-2017, 14:52:38

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Damn, they don't list kits over 3200mhz.
Some people have gotten 3800 kits to work, Just depends on the board.Quote

20-06-2017, 14:56:36

Bartacus
It depends on things that no one in the universe understands, not even Asus. Might be the board, BIOS, AGESA code, the CPUs IMC, etc. No one knows for sure. A lot of us have trouble hitting 3600, even with quality RAM. Platform is still too immature for higher speed memory. I'll be happy with 3466 for now. AMD still has loads of work to do though.Quote

20-06-2017, 15:30:43

AngryGoldfish
I was always planning on picking up a Samsung B-Die memory module (Trident Z), but even at the stock 3200Mhz I worry it won't work. As Bartacus said, no one seems to know why for one it works and for another it doesn't.Quote

20-06-2017, 16:28:14

Bartacus
Mine is Trident Z, 2x8GB single rank Samsung B-die, and rated for [email protected] On paper it's ideal Ryzen memory (high speed / low timings / b-die), but I can't get 3600 going for the life of me. But 3466 is close enough for me, at least until the next CH6 Hero bios update. Quote
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