To add, they are on the Asrock Memory QVL for Picasso and for me the 32GB kit CT2K16G4DFD832A (3200 MHz 22-22-22-22 nominal) runs 3333 16-19-13-16 @ 1.35 Volt. 3400MHz is still stable but have to loosen tCL to 18. Picasso might even perform better with the kit.
|CAS Latency CL||19 (~9.50ns)||18 (~9.47ns)||16 (~10.67ns)|
|Row-to-Column Delay tRCD||23 (~11.50ns)||18 (~9.47ns)||18 (~12.00ns)|
|Row Precharge Time tRP||23 (~11.50ns)||18 (~9.47ns)||18 (~12.00ns)|
|Active-to-Precharge Time tRAS||45 (~22.50ns)||38 (~20.00ns)||36 (~24.00ns)|
I see, A300 supports even higher clocked RAM (3400+)
So i could use even two of these?:
- G.Skill RipJaws SO-DIMM Kit 32GB, DDR4-3800, CL18-18-18-38 (F4-3800C18Q-32GRS)
- Corsair Vengeance SO-DIMM Kit 32GB, DDR4-4000, CL19-23-23-45 (CMSX32GX4M4X4000C19)
Is it true RAM is still faster when the memory clock speed is higher even when Latency-values are worse (e.g. CL19-23-23-45)?
e.g. see nanoseconds values: CL16 (3000) is slower than CL19 (4000MHz)
VALUE DDR4-4000 DDR4-3800 DDR4-3000 CAS Latency CL 19 (~9.50ns) 18 (~9.47ns) 16 (~10.67ns) Row-to-Column Delay tRCD 23 (~11.50ns) 18 (~9.47ns) 18 (~12.00ns) Row Precharge Time tRP 23 (~11.50ns) 18 (~9.47ns) 18 (~12.00ns) Active-to-Precharge Time tRAS 45 (~22.50ns) 38 (~20.00ns) 36 (~24.00ns)
I do think a shroud would help. With the Wraith it's not needed because it sits so close to the vent. Heat/overvoltage issues should be resolved if they ever release the 184.108.40.206 bios
If the sight of it doesn't bother you, you could just have a barrel plug coming out of the back of the case, plugging into the power entry plug, from your internal PSU. Otherwise desoldering is what you'll need to do, it is possible though I'm not sure anyone here as reported doing it.Is it possible to de-solder the power entry plug from the board or how should I do it if I wanted to go brickless with the A300 motherboard?
Oh dang you are right it's 220.127.116.11abb not abba
I have an Intel STX board (started with Asrock but now on Asus H110S1/CSM) , but regarding the similar Noctua L9 fan , I recomend keeping a constant rpm up to some threshold. At constant 800 rpm, it is almost inaudible, even up to constant 1000 rpm, its is very silent. Higher oder varying rpms OTOH, are audible.