FS: 16GB (8GB x 2) DDR4 4700Mhz Ram

xSneak

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I have this kit: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Memory/VENGEANCE-LPX/p/CMK16GX4M2K4700C19
Used it since april 2019 running a daily overclock with 1.49-1.50v.The best daily overclock i got on this memory was 4400mhz @ 16-20-20-42 2T 410trfc 1.50v (not sure if 1.5 or 1.49v).
I included screenshots of it running at different speeds I was able to achieve with my 9900k's weak imc. Using the fan to cool the memory and having a better quality imc could probably get some better results. ymmv.
This ram has a low profile height. Samsung B-Die.
The fan kit that comes with it has 2 types of legs for securing to motherboards and i cant find one of the asus ones. The other leg style is for non-asus motherboards according to the manual. I'm not sure if you can use the generic legs on asus motherboards.

ASKING $320 Heatware: https://www.heatware.com/u/84478/to
 
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xSneak

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ttt.
This would be a good kit for people on 2 slot motherboards or on z490 platforms with 10700k/10900k cpus.
 

bonehead123

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The best daily overclock i got on this memory was 4400mhz @ 16-20-20-42 2T
This is supposed to be 4700mhz ram, I don't understand why could you only get it to run at 4400...???? (yes I am familiar with XMP-O/C-timing differences etc)
 

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This is supposed to be 4700mhz ram, I don't understand why could you only get it to run at 4400...???? (yes I am familiar with XMP-O/C-timing differences etc)
It needs around 1.30-1.35v on my 9900k's memory controller to be stable at 4600-4700mhz. i'd rather run tighter timings with less voltage on my memory controller.
The new core i7 and core i9 have stronger memory controllers that could probably run those speeds at lower voltage.
 

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It needs around 1.30-1.35v on my 9900k's memory controller to be stable at 4600-4700mhz. i'd rather run tighter timings with less voltage on my memory controller.The new core i7 and core i9 have stronger memory controllers that could probably run those speeds at lower voltage.
Ah, that explains it, thanks for the info :)
 
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