As I don’t want to necrobump an old thread, here is a new one.
My question is pretty much asked in this thread, though it isn’t answered to the full extent that I need it to be answered.
The new PC will be based on the
X570S Aorus Master
Ryzen 5800X or 5900X
WD SN850 1TB
with my old RX480 GPU for now.
Now the big question: As I’ve heard, the best setup would be two DIMMs dual-rank and clocked as high as possible. By my personal request it should be ECC. My hope is to get more stability during frequent suspend mode use. Also I’ve always been curious about ECC in my PC. Which is now possible with Ryzen.
What modules should I use, as the whole system shall have 32GB, which means 16GB sticks, supposedly 3200Mhz and dual-rank. This boils it down to two options:
Kingston Server Premier DIMM 16GB, DDR4-3200, CL22-22-22, ECC (KSM32ED8/16HD) with Hynix D-die
Samsung DIMM 16GB, DDR4-3200, CL22-22-22, ECC (M391A2K43DB1-CWE) with unknown modules, but I’m quite sure those aren’t Samsung B-die
Micron E-die is available from Kingston, but only as a 32GB module and the Samsung B-die chips aren’t available anymore AFAIK.
So which one to choose? Or are there other alternatives that are better suited for the task?
Anyone any experience with these modules and Ryzen 5000?