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Will the trident z rgb work with ryzen?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have the ASRock x370 taichi Mobo and a r7 1700x. Will the trident z rgb be able to reach 3200mhz on this combo?

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Absolutely, provided XMP is enabled in the BIOS.


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My CL16 set can only do 2933Mhz stable in Windows (on an MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon), but I have heard people had more luck with CL14 sets (even on this board) and that MSI's memory support is not amazing.


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From my experience only flare X is able to reach 3200mhz cl14

I've tried the exact kit (trident Z RGB 3200mhz 16gb kit) on a ax370 gaming K7 with latest bios and it fails to reboot when XMP is enabled 

I had to clear cmos to get back into bios


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Minibois said:

My CL16 set can only do 2933Mhz stable in Windows (on an MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon), but I have heard people had more luck with CL14 sets (even on this board) and that MSI's memory support is not amazing.

Will there be support for 3200 cl16 in the future?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, xnoobftw said:

From my experience only flare X is able to reach 3200mhz cl14

I've tried the exact kit (trident Z RGB 3200mhz 16gb kit) on a ax370 gaming K7 with latest bios and it fails to reboot when XMP is enabled 

I had to clear cmos to get back into bios

You think I can get 2996 at least?

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19 hours ago, Xxetro said:

You think I can get 2996 at least?

I would doubt the stability


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 hours ago, xnoobftw said:

I would doubt the stability

Whats the most stable frequency i can get it to?

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14 hours ago, Xxetro said:

Whats the most stable frequency i can get it to?

2666mhz cl14 is what i would assume to be safe 


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