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Ryzen 5 2400g + 64GiB (4x16GiB) at 2933MHz stable?

Question asked by ossy86 on May 14, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 9, 2018 by ossy86

Hello forum,


I need much RAM for big data simulations.

Currently, I have an A8-7600 with 8GiB RAM on an ASrock FM2A88X Extreme 4+ and thought about upgrading it with 4x16GiB DDR3-1866. I take 1866 MHz modules because I did not find any 16GiB RAM modules that run at 2133 MHz.


Then I thought about investing just 500 Euro more and take the Ryzen 5 2400G +4x16GiB 2933MHz RAM. However, there are different opinions in other forums. For Raven Ridge, I find the recommendation to run 4 DR DIMMS at 2133MHz.


Others say, they have a stable configuration with Ryzen processors+4 DIMMs at 2933MHz (with AGESA). Now, what is correct? Would a configuration that is mentioned in the title run properly?


Note: I am doctoral student and I have no further access to the simulation machine at university. Therefore, I need my own. I do not play computer games - unless Monkey Island 5 appears.


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