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32 GB non ECC modules working on ASRock boards

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys, first of all, I don't wanna break any rules, but this news is kind of an exclusive that we got with ASRock, so please don't be too strict with me. It's just that we're the only ones with this news: https://www.rehwolution.it/press-releases/first-real-32-gb-ram-modules-shown-working-on-asrock-boards/

ASRock's Europe Marketing Manager told us that they're working on certifying 32GB non ECC modules on their latest motherboards. It's kind of a big deal if you ask me, since with Zen 2 and Ryzen 3000 series, having up to 128 GB of RAM could help giving X570 a new purpose, as a cheaper alternative to workstation grade hardware. What do you think about it?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

No info on the pricing, as it was bought directly by ASRock from one of their distributors. I'll see if I can have even more info about it. I suppose every module is going to cost about 200-250$.


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The ram is made with 16gbit (2GB) chips that were just introduced by Samsung so they're in small quantity and expensive and there's gonna be demand for them (for ex single rank 16GB sticks for overclockers)

Then you'll also have binning to put best chips in high frequency sticks for overclockers... i suspect it's gonna be a while until prices for these will go down

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, floofer said:

Doesn’t ECC modules work in Ryzen anyway? The people who are going to want very fast 128Gb of RAM are very niche.

Yeah but ECC memory is even more expensive. Also, it's a niche, sure, but not long ago 32GB were. Also, with zen 2 launching soon and the 16 cores being a great alternative to hedt, 128gb should be a good thing for prosumers.


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finally enough memory to load infinite chunks in minecraft


I can crash a computer in 30 seconds by running a .bat file with the contents %0|%0.

I can crash a computer in 1 second by yeeting it.

I also now have about 7 GB of viruses on an autorun flash drive.

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4 hours ago, Tedny said:

Great, Price?! 

A kidney.


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58 minutes ago, ReHWolution said:

Yeah but ECC memory is even more expensive. Also, it's a niche, sure, but not long ago 32GB were. Also, with zen 2 launching soon and the 16 cores being a great alternative to hedt, 128gb should be a good thing for prosumers.

ECC isn’t that expensive, probably even a bit cheaper than what these will cost.

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4 hours ago, TheRandomness said:

A kidney.

my left nut.


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6 hours ago, TheRandomness said:

A kidney.

Google found 32Gb one stick on Amazon for 145$.... so. a kidney is that cheap now?! 

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On 6/19/2019 at 8:14 PM, TheRandomness said:

A kidney.

 

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ASRock always seems to be the best OEM for memory support.  Especially on the X series CPUs they make a few boards that support ECC with Xeons whereas everyone else won't even mention whether they support it or not.


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