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    G.Skill Ripjaws V (F4-3200C16Q-64GVK) for ASUS X99-PRO??

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    I bought a kit of memories (G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 64GB (4 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 Memory) F4-3200C16Q-64GVK, and I want to know if it can work on the ASUS X99-Pro, and if I can use the quad channel ?, Do I have to make any modifications?. I wait fast answer.

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    Have you checked the QVL for that board? Or the QVL at GSkill? If you have the kit on both of those lists, then you're good to go!
    If it is a single kit, then yes, you can use it as quad channel...
    What is your CPU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    Have you checked the QVL for that board? Or the QVL at GSkill? If you have the kit on both of those lists, then you're good to go!
    If it is a single kit, then yes, you can use it as quad channel...
    What is your CPU?
    Is not in the G-Skill QVL. And I have not reviewed the QVL of this forum because I am new I do not know where it is. Is a single memory kit. My CPU is an Intel Core i7-5960X.

    Thank you very much for replying so quickly.


    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...D=3938566&SID=
    Last edited by dantescrak05; 03-27-2017 at 05:01 PM.

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    It should work but most probably will required manual tweaking to stabilize memory at that speed.

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    QVL is not on the Forum, but on your board's support page...
    I am running a similar kit on my X99, with tighter timings... but then I have a 6900k... - not sure how it is the IMC in the 5960x... Chino?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    It should work but most probably will required manual tweaking to stabilize memory at that speed.
    Or can I lower the speed a little?, So far as I can lower it to be stable for the machine ?. When updating the Bios this will help me?

    If I'm going to change voltages and frequencies in when should I leave it ?. Is it necessary to touch the XMP profile?

    thanks for helping!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dantescrak05 View Post
    Or can I lower the speed a little?, So far as I can lower it to be stable for the machine ?. When updating the Bios this will help me?

    If I'm going to change voltages and frequencies in when should I leave it ?. Is it necessary to touch the XMP profile?

    thanks for helping!!
    Does anyone know and can help me if I need to change frequencies and voltages and what values should they have?

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    You can attempt with XMP first. You might get lucky and it works right off the bat. Normally tweaking the System Agent voltage can help stabilize memory on this platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    You can attempt with XMP first. You might get lucky and it works right off the bat. Normall tweaking the System Agent voltage can help stabilize memory on this platform.
    And you know which values ​​should I put or leave them by default?

    For example, if I am going to modify the voltages I value and I should set the same for the frequencies
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