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    look at the timings as well
    4x4 kits may not have the same timings as 2x8
    go for the better timings assuming speeds are the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirWaWa View Post
    look at the timings as well
    4x4 kits may not have the same timings as 2x8
    go for the better timings assuming speeds are the same
    Thanks for pointing this out!

    I concluded to 4x4GB 3600C17 by G.Skill (Trident Z). At the same price, in Greece, there is a dual kit of 3600C15. Though in real world performance the difference isn’t noticeable. Plus, both are Samsung B-Dies, if I would tweak the rams I could possibly achieve that 3600C15, but I won’t. I just want fully populated ram slots for the aesthetic part and give my build a complete look. I’m just gaming anyway, even these ram kits are overkill since we are on Intel platform, I could go for HyperX Predator 3200C16 but let’s go for the better timings on this one*

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    For the Hero, 4 DIMM kits will always be the better option and will often overclock better due to the boards T-Topology layout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    For the Hero, 4 DIMM kits will always be the better option and will often overclock better due to the boards T-Topology layout.
    I also have good kick with the code xi. no idea why. i try 2 and 4 (using the 4kit) and differences are notable. example i got stock with xmp1 and auto asus opt with new bios (stock setup 156 P0 5000 P1 4700 cine bench above 2050. Still learning to handle the board since there is a lot there. I am trying to get 2 stick of 32 and see there is a diference on my side. For normal users 16 is pleaty. But if you are streaming and gaming with 1 computer i recommend more that 16gb. (on my z270 and 7700k i did use a little more). I have to run these on my new board and cpu and see how these make a difference. I did run a few open cl real bench problems that most is memory training but since i am ok for the moment i just let it be.

    let see. these will depend on bios and cpu and memory quality in the end. I did not get a golden cpu. but a good cooler is needed.
    Learn, Play Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    For the Hero, 4 DIMM kits will always be the better option and will often overclock better due to the boards T-Topology layout.
    Ou that’s a great info, thanks!

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