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Jamey021

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About Jamey021

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    Newbie
  • Birthday 1976-02-10

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Pittsburgh PA
  • Occupation
    Component level repair

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3800x
  • Motherboard
    X570 A PRO
  • RAM
    32 Gb Corsair Vengance
  • GPU
    Vega 64
  • Case
    Somethin' cheap
  • Storage
    WD Black 500G
  • PSU
    Evga BR 600W

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  1. So, for the record, I received my RAM today, which said it is optimized for Intel, and installed it with absolutely no problems or issues what so ever. I even achieved tighter timings on both kits together than with just the original 16gb. Now I am up and running with 32GB at 3600MHz. One package says supp orts Intel and the other says Ryzen on it. The only difference is the speed grade. The Ryzen optimized RAM is rated at speed grade 2666 and the Intel RAM is rated at 2133. That's it. Thanks guys!
  2. I don't have a pic of my whole setup, but: Ryzen 7 3800x 32gb cocorsair RAM<----------This pic is older and only has 16gb pictured, just installed more RAM now. MSI Vega 56 (flashed BIOS to Vega 64) EVGA 600 Watt BR WD Blue Nvme M.2 2 Tb Seagate Barracuda 4 Tb WD Red for long term storage MSI X570 Cooler Pioneer cheap AIO but it works great. Cheap case but it works.
  3. Huh? Do you understand what I was saying there? BTW, I own and operate a successful computer repair business here in Pittsburgh of 15 years. I do repairs down to the component level and sell PCs that I build, but I don't make it a habit of selling systems with different "part number" RAM sticks or different speed. I understand mixing RAM and speeds and so on. My question was mixing part numbers. Just part numbers. That's all. This is for my personal PC. I really do appreciate all of the responses. However, since I understand how RAM works and mixing speeds and such, I wanted to see if anyone had any trouble maintaining speeds and stability by mixing two pairs of the same speed RAM with different part numbers.
  4. Those are 2 different speeds too. If you look up this question online you will find people saying that RAM must be manufactured together and from the same batch. That seems a little extreme.
  5. Yeah, this machine is a Ryzen 3800x on an x570. Thank you for your response! All of you guys made me feel a little better.
  6. I wasn't paying attention and I just bought Corsair CMK16GX4M2D3600C18 for my system, and I already have CMK16GX4M2Z3600C18 installed in my system. As you can see I am upgrading to 32gb. These are the same speed, same latency, same brand, really they are the same everything except for one letter in the part number. Does anyone have any experience mixing 2 part numbers of the same branded same speed RAM? I guess it would be mixing only the brand of die on the RAM, ie Samsung with Micron. I can't see this being a huge deal at all, and I have mixed RAM, but that was years ago. I could be wrong. What do you guys think? Should this be okay?
  7. I found a charity that I will send it to. It is called "Gamers outreach Foundation". It looks like they create gaming computers for handicapped kids.
  8. I wanted to help out someone young who doesn't have much and would benefit from this. We adults can work for our stuff. Good luck with your build though. That 1660 ti is fantastic. I put together a few builds with the 1660ti for customers, and they are very happy.
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