Looking to upgrade my ram to 4x 8 GB G.Skill Trident Z Neo 3600 16-16-16-36 @ 1.35v. The model number is F4-3600C16Q-32GTZN. My CPU is a 3900X.
This kit is Samsung B-Die, correct?
And anybody know if it will work with a ROG Strix B550-F? There are no B550 boards listed for this RAM on the G.Skill configurator and that worries me.
Yes that is likely samsung B-die.
Yes it should work.
I have the RGB version of that kit and used it with a 3600
HOWEVER, I helped someone with that exact board a few days ago and found searching for it that for some reason it doesnt allow XMP profiles to be used. Timings have to be entered manually. So I'd choose a different board if you're not OCing it as you said below.
12 hours ago, Glaceon said:
I don't want to OC my RAM. I just want it to run at the speeds I paid for.
If it doesn't post first try and it isn't stable I guess I'll raise SoC to 1.15 and DRAM to 1.4
There's a very, very high chance this will just be plug and play
The B-die that comes in Trident Z 3600 16-16-16 is some really high binned stuff with a lot of headroom.
I got my kit to 3600 CL14 at 1.375 volts. Just a .025 increase over stock. I needed 1.42 volts for CL12.
Also SOC and RAM have very little to do with each other voltage wise, with some exceptions once you get into the finer aspects of OCing. But SOC is mainly used for make IF stable while RAM voltage is mainly used well, for RAM. You can even get into bus termination and use higher ProcODT sometimes to use lower voltages.
12 hours ago, Streetguru said:
Very High chance you'll need to go up from stock voltage, AMD only advertises like 3200mhz stock I think
I'd very much expect highly binned samsung B-die to be able to do it's stock XMP profile (1.35 volts). In my limited tests (before I started OCing) with a very similar kit, I was able to get the stock XMP profile stable undervolted @ 1.27 volts.
The 3200 thing was Zen+ and Zen. Zen 2 can go to 3800 generally while keeping IF 1:1, while the earlier ones were limited to 3200 unless you decoupled the IF, and sometimes not even then because of IMC.