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    I only have one question really.

    Why are you pairing 64Gb of RAM with only a 6 core processor?

    Overkill springs to mind.

    In any case those 16Gb modules will no doubt be dual rank, so it does not surprise me you are having problems getting them to run on a motherboard with a daisy chain topology.
    You are best running 2 sticks and just being happy that they at least work at the rated OC speed.

    X570 NOT SUPPORTING 4 STICKS OF RAM
    I run 4x 8Gb @ 3600 / 1.35v / C16 on a ASUS X570 TUF (with a 5800X).

    Single rank, b-die.
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    Yeah to be honest I probably only really need 32gb, I do a lot of 3d modelling and rendering and I got a pretty good deal on the memory hence why Im using 64gb......I cant even get the m/board to run with 2 sticks, I will try a bios update today. As well as this it has been shown that a 5000 series CPU runs 10-14% faster in most applications utilizing 4 sticks of ram over 2 sticks.....................I udated my ram to bios 3001 and tried playing with voltages etc however I am back to square one. While updating my bios I checked my ram compatibility with Ryzen 5600x and its not listed, I was told this this doesnt really matter it just may mean that you wont be able to run your memory at its oc speed, or may have to enter all your timings manually? Is this correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeyKilla View Post
    As well as this it has been shown that a 5000 series CPU runs 10-14% faster in most applications utilizing 4 sticks of ram over 2 sticks. Is this correct?
    No, what was shown is that dual rank performs better. You can get 2xRAM dual rank (DR) or 4xRAM which provides DR as these modules are normally single rank (SR). 2xRAM SR was observed slower all things being equal, and I'm not covering 4xRAM DR. I'm assuming it's the GN video you're trying to reference as your source.

    I also don't have input on 64gb of RAM question, as I have not known anyone running it to date that are not using threadrippers.
    Last edited by RedSector73; 12-24-2020 at 04:00 AM.

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    To tell you the truth I am really disappointed in the Asus Tuf X570....its a really **** m/board for the price, the bios is so restrictive. I am gonna upgrade to something better cause this thing aint gonna run 64gb of ram with a 5600x, what do you guys recommend? I mainly do 3d modeling and rendering and play a few games on the side?

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    Dark hero or CH8 wifi or godlike, still not sure 64gb of RAM, you should check that yourself before buying anything.

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    Yeah well ASUS said the tuf gaming x570 could run 128GB......and this I seriously doubt, i cant even get it to run 64gb

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    I'm not a tuf motherboard fanboy, rusted to ROG years ago and the BIOS layout isn't the same as it's ROG brothers (although I notice it getting closer). The tuf 4800h/1660ti laptops are good.
    The issue with 64gb or 128gb is finding validiated RAM for non-threadripper board. I go with whatever have been validated or proved to run the claimed 64gb or 128gb, regardless of manufactuer (gigabyte, msi or asus - no others)
    Last edited by RedSector73; 12-25-2020 at 03:34 AM.

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    Some of the motherboards are underperforming with RAM on current AGESA versions. The same boards work fine with a 3900X for example. Wait for some BIOS updates or new AGESA versions. In the meantime, dial in whatever you can using manual settings, get it stable and then just wait. This is the price for being an early adopter to Zen3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeyKilla View Post
    Yeah well ASUS said the tuf gaming x570 could run 128GB......and this I seriously doubt, i cant even get it to run 64gb
    Currently..

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    yeah i might wait a month or so and see what happens those boards that were recommended are expensive as in Australia and I would never support MSI (after they were caught scalping their own products) its double the price of a Dark Hero or CH8 for nothing extra
    Last edited by SmokeyKilla; 12-26-2020 at 04:42 AM.

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