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Which performs better? Hynix DJR vs Micron Rev.E Die on Zen3

Which performs better on Zen3 platform? I saw some reviews about DJR performs better than Rev.E Die on Ryzen systems. Is it true?

 

And I also know some timings about these two chips;

 

tRCDRD: DJR > Rev.E Die

tRC: Rev E.Die > DJR

tRFC: DJR > Rev.E Die

 

 

Rev.E Die can reach high frequencies easily. But DJR can not. But it's not important to me because I want to use 1:1 3933, because Ryzen loves 1:1.

 

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2 minutes ago, BerkayZ87 said:

Which performs better on Zen3 platform? I saw some reviews about DJR performs better than Rev.E Die on Ryzen systems. Is it true?

And I also know some timings about these two chips;

tRCDRD: DJR > Rev.E Die

tRC: Rev E.Die > DJR

tRFC: DJR > Rev.E Die

Rev.E Die can reach high frequencies easily. But DJR can not. But it's not important to me because I want to use 1:1 3933, because Ryzen loves 1:1.

 

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Buildzoid has a huge backlog you can go through, skipping sections though will lose you a lot of random tips,.. but these are typically VERY LONG videos, but you'll learn a thing or two.
https://www.youtube.com/c/ActuallyHardcoreOverclocking/videos


https://www.twitch.tv/buildzoid

 

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