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PC won’t boot with GSkill Trident Z Royal 4266 MHz

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1 hour ago, Bobbysixjp said:

Long story short I bought 32Gb of Trident RGB 3200 MHz from an auction site and was sent 16 GB of Trident Z Royal 4266 MHz CL 19-19-19-39 by mistake. My PC won’t boot with XMP enabled but I wondering if I can run at lower MHz and tighter timings - would 3800 MHz CL-17-17-17-36 be possible for example? 

Set XMP enabled. While enabled, manually set the dram freq. to 4000mhz and see if it posts up. If it does, then start tightening the timings. Using 1.45v with that memory should be no problem. Running 17-17-17 4000mhz should be no problem. Or, you could incrementally increase DRAM freq. with 19-19-19  from 4000 up to 4267. But you gamble the memory controller can handle it.

Good Luck!

Long story short I bought 32Gb of Trident RGB 3200 MHz from an auction site and was sent 16 GB of Trident Z Royal 4266 MHz CL 19-19-19-39 by mistake. My PC won’t boot with XMP enabled but I wondering if I can run at lower MHz and tighter timings - would 3800 MHz CL-17-17-17-36 be possible for example? 

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26 minutes ago, Bobbysixjp said:

Long story short I bought 32Gb of Trident RGB 3200 MHz from an auction site and was sent 16 GB of Trident Z Royal 4266 MHz CL 19-19-19-39 by mistake. My PC won’t boot with XMP enabled but I wondering if I can run at lower MHz and tighter timings - would 3800 MHz CL-17-17-17-36 be possible for example? 

How mch did you pay for it? Cause tridentz royals go for alot, esp the high clocking ones

 

Instead of returning it you may be interested in selling it at a markup, and high speed kits are overpriced so terrible value anyways, only times high speed is good is when you can get the sticks for cheap and overclock the crap out of them like crucial ballistix that do 4500+ w cl18 depending on how you tune it

 

Btw on a 32gb kit id reccomend ballistix since a lazy oc to 4000 cl16 will obliterate most other kits at its pricepoint unless its stupidly overpriced, they are also single rank so you can still do ludicrous 4500+ freq if you wish to do so for whatever reason

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7 minutes ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

How mch did you pay for it? Cause tridentz royals go for alot, esp the high clocking ones

 

Instead of returning it you may be interested in selling it at a markup, and high speed kits are overpriced so terrible value anyways, only times high speed is good is when you can get the sticks for cheap and overclock the crap out of them like crucial ballistix that do 4500+ w cl18 depending on how you tune it

 

Btw on a 32gb kit id reccomend ballistix since a lazy oc to 4000 cl16 will obliterate most other kits at its pricepoint unless its stupidly overpriced, they are also single rank so you can still do ludicrous 4500+ freq if you wish to do so for whatever reason

It was 105 USD at the current exchange rate.

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Run it at 3800 14-14-14. That’s good ram..

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8 minutes ago, Bobbysixjp said:

It was 105 USD at the current exchange rate.

Try selling it for 120 or more, some sucker will prob buy it anyways cause fast = better xD

 

Great oc rams but garbage value, if you wanna oc or just want good performance with a lazy oc then just get ballistix, not as good but itll def clock higher cause single rank when most of the other 32gb rams are dual rank

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1 hour ago, Bobbysixjp said:

Long story short I bought 32Gb of Trident RGB 3200 MHz from an auction site and was sent 16 GB of Trident Z Royal 4266 MHz CL 19-19-19-39 by mistake. My PC won’t boot with XMP enabled but I wondering if I can run at lower MHz and tighter timings - would 3800 MHz CL-17-17-17-36 be possible for example? 

Set XMP enabled. While enabled, manually set the dram freq. to 4000mhz and see if it posts up. If it does, then start tightening the timings. Using 1.45v with that memory should be no problem. Running 17-17-17 4000mhz should be no problem. Or, you could incrementally increase DRAM freq. with 19-19-19  from 4000 up to 4267. But you gamble the memory controller can handle it.

Good Luck!

 

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34 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Set XMP enabled. While enabled, manually set the dram freq. to 4000mhz and see if it posts up. If it does, then start tightening the timings. Using 1.45v with that memory should be no problem. Running 17-17-17 4000mhz should be no problem. Or, you could incrementally increase DRAM freq. with 19-19-19  from 4000 up to 4267. But you gamble the memory controller can handle it.

Good Luck!

It will post at 4000 MHz with 17-17-17-37 with 1.45 V. Guess I should test it now.

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1 hour ago, Bobbysixjp said:

It will post at 4000 MHz with 17-17-17-37 with 1.45 V. Guess I should test it now.

Should be pretty stable. I have the exact same kit. 105$ for a 300+$$ (Price when it was released) memory kit is a very good deal.

If TiaphoonBurner is accurate, that memory is temp rating B on A2 PCB. So this means keeping around 45c or less on those Dimms will give you outstanding stability and performance. So use HWInfo64 to watch the memory temps as you stress them. Cooler the better.

 

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It’s good ram 🙂

 

I am curious if they will do 4000 15-15-15 with around 1.475.. might do it with less..

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6 minutes ago, freeagent said:

It’s good ram 🙂

 

I am curious if they will do 4000 15-15-15 with around 1.475.. might do it with less..

I’ll certainly give it a try.

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1 minute ago, Bobbysixjp said:

I’ll certainly give it a try.

Attaboy 👍🏻

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2 hours ago, freeagent said:

It’s good ram 🙂

 

I am curious if they will do 4000 15-15-15 with around 1.475.. might do it with less..

They will do 14-14-14-34 2t 1.50v-1.55v benching though. Not sure if they'd be stable for daily on ambient. But need a fan right on em at this voltage.

 

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Yes, little to crappy airflow I would limit volts to 1.45 and speeds under 1900.

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5 hours ago, freeagent said:

Yes, little to crappy airflow I would limit volts to 1.45 and speeds under 1900.

Well, my case has pretty good airflow (Lancool Mesh II Performance) but I don't want/need to push it that hard. I'll settle for 4000 Mhz with the lowest timings possible. 

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15 minutes ago, Bobbysixjp said:

Well, my case has pretty good airflow (Lancool Mesh II Performance) but I don't want/need to push it that hard. I'll settle for 4000 Mhz with the lowest timings possible. 

Try 2000 14-15-15-35 1.55v.. it should run.. 

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1 hour ago, freeagent said:

Try 2000 14-15-15-35 1.55v.. it should run.. 

isn’t that voltage a little high?

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1 minute ago, Bobbysixjp said:

isn’t that voltage a little high?

For who?

 

That is stock voltage for that bin 🙂

 

You can buy it right now on Newegg for a lot.

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13 hours ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

Great oc rams but garbage value,

huh, that price was dirt cheap...

 

they sent him the wrong ram, yeah, but one with a far better value and speed than what he paid for.

 

 

 

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43 minutes ago, Mark Kaine said:

huh, that price was dirt cheap...

 

they sent him the wrong ram, yeah, but one with a far better value and speed than what he paid for.

I am thinking of keeping it but it is only 16 GB and I do not want to spend another 200 USD to get another kit. My previous RAM was 32 GB 3200 MHz and I wanted to replace it with a similar kit of equal size. 

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yeap, thats about the only downside to this...

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Mark Kaine said:

yeap, thats about the only downside to this...

But do you really need 32 Gb just for gaming?

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