Availability of G.Skill F4-4200C19Q2-64GTZKK and F4-4200C19Q2-64GTZSW

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Very pretty,but that absurd amount of money to pay for memory, you can get ryzen 5 and mobo for the same price.
Agreed that is an absurd price (4 x £319.99 = £1,279.96 and it's secondary/tertiary timings are optimised for dual channel). Looking for 64GB at around £850-900 that can do 4200 @ 19 in quad channel for Kubernetes whilst developing on X299. Then can have a profile disabling some cores/increasing overclock and running at 3200 @ 14 for games.

No need for RGB as will be fitting an EKWB Monarch system for aesthetics.

The G.Skill seems to be the only one as 8Pack warranty is voided for removing the heatsinks.
 
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secondary and tertiary timings are set by the motherboard.
They can be on some motherboards, including the one I'll be using yes, but that's a lot of settings to tune by hand. If I'm paying that kinda money then not willing to spend a week or more of my life twiddling and testing. XMP all the way!
 
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ok well i haven't set any tertiary timings and only 2 secondary ones. 105GB/s read and write, 94,000MB/s Copy with 49.7ns latency. works for me
 
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Just tweaked my secondarys thanks to Silent Scope:

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Member on here, he just gave me his settings for the platform, have a look in the 'intel brings the big guns' thread in the cpu section.

Im sure the cheaper kits could manage this frequency/timing, also theres the 8 pack modules which will be good too and are cheaper

edit, just realised its Silent Scone, not scope. my bad!
 
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4000c17 is am sure is easy with good B die. I just did 18-18-18 because I was showing CPU stuff. I mean 12-11-11- is easy at 4K too with volts.

Even my 3200mhz C!4 entry kit can do C18 no problem on Intel at 4133mhz. I did not try tuning anything so far with testing because I am so busy qualifying on many boards and really don't have time to tune a kit properly takes one week for sure if setting RTLs etc etc....
 
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Member on here, he just gave me his settings for the platform, have a look in the 'intel brings the big guns' thread in the cpu section.

Im sure the cheaper kits could manage this frequency/timing, also theres the 8 pack modules which will be good too and are cheaper

Thanks, I'll have a look - currently you are on top of the gaming results I'm looking at:

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The G.Skill kits in this thread title still wins for Kubernetes, etc with 4200 on the QVL for the motherboard.
 
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4000c17 is am sure is easy with good B die. I just did 18-18-18 because I was showing CPU stuff. I mean 12-11-11- is easy at 4K too with volts.

Even my 3200mhz C!4 entry kit can do C18 no problem on Intel at 4133mhz. I did not try tuning anything so far with testing because I am so busy qualifying on many boards and really don't have time to tune a kit properly takes one week for sure if setting RTLs etc etc....

4000 @ 12, you sure have a way of selling your kit ;)

Presumably looking at 1.5v for 24x7 use?
 
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just a note that the tridents i listed are b die too. you are paying for the name and rgb. so the 8 pack stuff is defo better value from what i can see!
 
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Yeah 1.5v 24-7 is fine.

The better the kit the higher the bin especially in the sub timings RTL etc etc. The 8Pack stuff has higher bin than Tridents slightly and slightly better PCB. GSKILL defo charging heavy for RGB but if you want that then you have to pay!!!

I just got Retail 4500mhz kit which I will hopefully OC live from Multiplay tomorrow or Friday.

Check out my 8Pack tuning Video. On that I show the 3200mhz Kit at 4133mhz no problem.
 
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