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  1. Joe4zio

    Joe4zio Notebook Consultant

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    I was musing about upgrading my ram, however, between PC-Specialist reporting corsair's 3000mhz being "unstable" and some reports here as well, I was wondering if anyone here was running buy-able and workable 3200mhz ram (2x16 possibly, also would be nice , given the lack of xmp options, if such sticks would actually get to that speed).
     
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    Doesn't the regular samsung 3200mhz cl 22 work?
     
  3. Joe4zio

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    as long as it does at that speed without problems, if I recall there were some issues explained by some users months ago
     
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    Im running 3000mhz corsair CL16 right now 32GB no issues 2x16GB
     
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    @Mr. Fox Or you know it would be good to have chips actually manufacturered on a modern process so 400w plus cooling was not needed ;)
     
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    Yes that would be very good. Especially if it gave it plenty of extra headroom for more aggressive overclocking.
     
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    I honestly wish they'd gone AMD instead and paid for the thunderbolt licence.
     
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    That's another big point on why you should not pay this much for a inferior product, you show them it's fine to put those outaged cpus into modern laptops and charge a fortune. People should swallow it up and rather order million amd cpu plus crap bga and let them suffocate on the intel batches.

    I promise if it wasn't for the influence the xmg apex would have a socketed gpu as well.

    Let's wait 1 - 2 years for a proper amd nvidia x170.
     
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    That's fine if you do not enjoy overclocking. If you do, AMD doesn't offer anything worth looking at. I know that I would not be interested. They fail hard at CPU, memory and GPU overclocking.

    I agree on the Thunderbolt. I am not into the novelty of the eGPU thing and really see no use for it apart from that. I disable it in the BIOS.
     
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    Doesn't some recent user made ryzen tool boost all those processors?
     
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