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    DDR4 question

    Two pics, one is the summary from RAMmon and the other is the closest fit I could find on Amazon.

    How important are the differences?

    * I'm told they should have the same CAS latency (13.750) but Amazon doesn't show the CAS latency
    * or whether it's ECC
    * or whether it's registered or not.


    RAM 32.0GB Dual-Channel G Skill Ripjaws @ 1069MHz (15-15-15-36)
    Trans Speed DDR4-3603
    Model F4-3600C19-16GVRB
    Bandwidth PC4 28800
    Clock Speed 1802
    ECC NO
    Registered NO


    Thanks - rev
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    Most desktop RAM is non-ECC and unregistered. You'd see ECC Registered RAM more in servers.

    If you have RAM with a higher CAS rating (slower), then ALL the RAM will run at the slowest timings.

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    > then ALL the RAM will run at the slowest timings.
    Yeah, but there will be more of it

    So do you think that Amazon offering would be OK? I've also written to ripjaws.

    (I bet I don't notice the slightest difference for the extra 32)

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    Here is a link that has the specs:

    https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32gb-...82E16820232907

    It will probably work fine. As to whether it will improve performance, that will depend on what software you are running that might need to use it. You should also be able to check the Memory Compatibility List from the motherboard manufacturer's web site to see if it is on their list. It may still work even if it is not, but the manufacturer would not guarantee it.

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