yes. @GucksTV made a video about installing an a12x15 on the black ridge with vlp ram. he uses an msi board, but the installation should be about the same.Will this memeory work with asrock h370-itx/ac?Buy RAM Memory from MemoryCow. Available in DDR4, DDR4 VLP, DDR3/L, DDR3, DDR3L, DDR3 VLP, DDR2 or DDR and capacities of 1GB to 256GB. Enjoy Free And Fast Next Day Delivery.www.memorycow.co.uk
also will I have no problem fitting in noctua a12x15 using black ridge cooler?
Thx in advnace for the answer
Well, if it fits that particular MSI board it does not mean it will fit in just any other board. The placement and size of the IO, CPU socket, heatsink and power connectors are important when clearance is that low. For example, the Black Ridge with slim 12mm fan does not fit the Gigabyte Z370N unless you remove the Mosfet heatsink (not recommended for this board since the VRM is poor, other boards might fare better) or make a small cut/chamfer on the 24 pin connector. Also when you configure the fans to pull air towards the socket, you have to use some kind of spacer to prevent the 92mm bracket holes from obstructing the fan blades, which reduces the clearance with the motherboard components even more.
The only vlp b die I know of are these: m4cs-8gs1sc0j-b I believe they are 1x8gb but there is also a 1x16gb stick alsoAnyone know of some vlp b die (that I can actually buy since apperantly its only c die now from that one website from earlier pages), Micron e die, or hynix cjr ram I can buy? If not what do you guys recommend im planning to get a 3800x so ram speed is important
So... will these work? https://www.newegg.com/p/0RN-003K-0...DR4&cm_re=VLP_DDR4-_-0RN-003K-00206-_-ProductYes, there is unbuffered ("UDIMM" or "DIMM") ECC VLP which should work on consumer boards. If you try to get some ECC ram, make sure it is not Reg/Registered/RDIMM as those for sure won't work on consumer boards.
As Vlad502 said, Adata has non-ECC VLP dimms. They are only selling it in China and Adata does not have product info on this ram anywhere on their website.
I have 2x8gb 2666mhz on order as of yesterday, from tmall purchasing through Superbuy. They seem cheaper and with better shipping options than going through Aliexpress. Additionally I dislike how many of the aliexpress sellers are using DDR3 specifications (1.5v, CL9) in the product info for this DDR4 ram.
@NinoPecorino kindly provided me with the link to where he purchased his. I haven't see anyone test this ram yet, but from what NinoPecorino shared with me the ICs appear to be Spectek (low bin Micron) and the 2666mhz kits are CL19.
From the description, it sounds like that is the right stuff. That price is pretty high compared to normal ram now I think