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Old 08-02-2018, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default Ram advice needed

Currently using i7 2600K on an Asus mb clocked at 3.8Ghz with 8Gb ram and am not aware of running out of ram.

Am planning pc based on gigabyte Z370 HD3 and i7 8700K so 16Gb should be fairly safe.
Have sorted out most components but completely lost on ram.

May consider overclocking once I establish CPU running temperatures whilst rendering over 1hr periods. Cooling either Hyper 212 evo (air) or Corsair H1101i (water)

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Thanks Geoff
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:35 AM   #2
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check the approved RAM list on the mobo maker website and get RAM (32GB 4x8GB for quad channel operation) with a low C number

use Corsair water cooling
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Old 08-02-2018, 12:04 PM   #3
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Thanks for fast response. Happy with 32Gb & water.
I found the supported memory list but still confused.

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Old 08-02-2018, 12:41 PM   #4
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Have a look at these links.

G.Skill RAM for your chosen board:
https://www.gskill.com/en/configurat...094&model=3115

Forum thread where I have explained and given links to video and documentation explaining the differences between clock speed and CAS Layency (C number that Anton referred to)
https://forum.grassvalley.com/forum/...ight=bernh+ram

Ideally you want a high clock speed and a low Cas Latency. The speadsheed in the linked in the forum post gives a performance rating for a given speed and CAS. Sometimes coming down a step or two from the fastest clock speed allows for a lower CAS and therefore a better performance number, which is visible in the spread sheet.

I tend to find that G.Skill RAM often has some of the better CAS numbers, which is why I linked you to them. The G.Skill RAM for your board in the 2800MHz and 3000MHz speeds have some CAS Latenties of 14, so these are the ones I would look at as a recommendation, if budget won't let you go to the fastest clock speed RAM, allowing you to get similar performance at a slower RAM clock speed and probably a lesser cash expenditure. 3000MHz at CL14 seems to be the sweet spot for your board for performance.

Here is a link to a calculator to easily get those performance numbers in the spreadsheet. Once again, by plugging in the speed and the CAS number, the result is the time per cycle in nanseconds. The lower the number the better. https://notkyon.moe/ram-latency.htm
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Thanks. Got my head round it now.
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so I in my pc that I have 32 GB of ram are abundant for edius 8 true?
16gb was enough for me.
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so I in my pc that I have 32 GB of ram are abundant for edius 8 true?
16gb was enough for me.
Yes, 32GB is plenty.
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Just built myself a Win10 i7 8700K system and went with just 16gigs ram. EDIUS 8.53 workgroup uses about half of that when running. Did not water cool, just a large fan with fins, runs at 4.30ghz no problems.
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Wags,

Ram. Are you using 2x 8Gb or 4x 4Gb.
Am looking to build a similar machine so interested in your ram choice.

Many thanks G
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HI, just got 2 x 8gig sticks.
Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK16GX4M2B3000C15 is what I got.
The CPU is running at 4.50ghz when rending out 4K UHD files via quicksync.
CPU core temps are sitting 40 to 60 degrees using a large Coolmaster fan on it. Love how fast it can render out the H.264 files now.
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