Discussion in 'CPUs' started by Jamin280672, Jul 20, 2018.
Fair enough, I was starting to get worried there haha
Thanks. I cancelled my order from the other shop and just ordered from OcUK.
I do my best it’s not easy when I’m not even in the UK but I said at the start of this launch OcUk would get the most and generally be first and we have delivered.
I’ve also being working with TeamGroup to get more 8 Pack memory options and this morning Team engineers finally finished their testing and will now start producing under our 8 Pack brand the following that are perfectly suited to Ryzen and also fine in Intel and again use screened Samsung B die and we shall be cheaper than G.Skill on equivalent kits:
3600 CL14-15-15-35 1.35v 8GBx2/8GBx4
3200 CL14-14-14-31 1.35v 16GBx2
3600 CL16-16-16-36 1.35v 16GBx2
I suspect we will see our first deliveries end of July and though our current 3200 and 3600 kits work fine these are a little better.
Now the bad news memory prices increased 5% today as did NAND and were hearing it’s just the start but we’re hoping it’s just a blip and things will settle again as we don’t want ram prices exploding again.
Well after much thought I have phoned and changed my order from a 3700X to a 3800X, probably nothing in it but I have a feeling the all core will hold out better on this chip and I want something to last me at least 2 years. I just feel the 3700X is like the 2700 (non X) from last year.
I have 2 packs of CMW32GX4M2C3466C16 (i.e. 4x 16GB 3466Mhz C16 Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro) paired with a Gigabyte x570 Master and a 3900x.
I must admit, getting them to work at decent speeds has been the most difficult part of the build by a significant amount. Although they're rated for 3466, I can't get the system to boot at anything above 3000Mhz with all 4 DIMMs filled. I may be able to push this slightly further, or a BIOS update might help a bit, but having read a few other forums it seems that this is a fairly common as they are Dual Rank to reach 16GB capacity per stick.
I've seen this described as the "worst possible case", and although 3000Mhz seems like it might be as fast as it'll go, 64GB does seem to work fine. I'll spend a bit of time trying to tighten up the timings, which might offer some improvements, but the key take away seems to be that you need to decide between capacity and speed when it comes to RAM configurations.
order shipped! thanks OCUK @Gibbo
Perhaps not. I just wanted to make sure they didn't reply with something along the lines of "Yes, our Zen2 blocks are due out next week". I can order an AM4 block now I think.
Yes that is quite possible.
F5 magic works, confirmed:
Dear ..., Your Order has been packed and is in the process of being shipped.
Yea i can see its showing as in stock on the web, 3800x still pre-order. I am hoping they are working through the stock and its not that the 3800x has not turned up with the 3700
spent £1185 for all my new items and not one packet of haribo
Just had an email to say my order is ready to collect in store.
I’d write to your MP. That must warrant some sort of parliamentary inquiry?
This situation is far too serious for sarcasm.
Typical, all the AM4 EK blocks are out of stock on OCUK now Ordered elsewhere for tomorrow though
Haribo have failed us yet again with ridiculous UK stock shortages and unknown lead times. They over-promised with their new Starmix range and come launch day the StarMix Hearts and Stars haven't even been sent to reviewers and only the US seems to have got stock.
Gibbo - Any news from the Haribo distribution centres?
I got my Hardline loop parts ordered on Saturday knowing full well there was going to be a run on parts
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