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What's the maximum you can fit? That will be the number.

 

Instead of asking if you could the real question is if you should.


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5 minutes ago, docTOR46 said:

What's the maximum amount of RAM that i can use in my ASROCK x470 Taichi ?

There are four DDR4 ram slots on your MOBO assuming they are all functioning properly. This means you can have up to 64GB of RAM in the MOBO 4x16GB ram sticks. Most people will stop at 16GB so 2x8GB RAM sticks as anything more is generally overkill unless you are doing something such as using multiple virtual machines or its for a server/hardcore streaming PC.  Hope this helps :)

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https://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X470 Taichi/index.asp#Specification Well if you look on the website... The board supports 64GB, so 4x16GB, but you can always get double height RAM for 32GB per stick if you need more storage and hope it works. Linus talked briefly about it in one of his videos a while ago, not much though, and don't remember when.


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4 minutes ago, Cereal5 said:

https://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X470 Taichi/index.asp#Specification Well if you look on the website... The board supports 64GB, so 4x16GB, but you can always get double height RAM for 32GB per stick if you need more storage and hope it works. Linus talked briefly about it in one of his videos a while ago, not much though, and don't remember when.

Dang thats cool bro never heard of that. i guess that would be really handy for a budget server rack build

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