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NinoPecorino

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how about this? Currently have a 5600x but looking to move to 5950x like you with the blackridge 120mm setup. I have the asus 550i mini itx mobo
that would work. it's the same ram, but 10usd more expensive. i have a blackridge with the 120 as well. also just got a 5600x.
 

NinoPecorino

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those are faster. half the capacity, so they'll probably overclock better too. i'm planning to test out the 5950x with the BR+120 as well. good luck with your hunt.
 
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Kasimthegreen

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Hi guys I'm in the UK and no one had any stock so before I pulled the trigger on AliExpress adata vlp ram. I emailed kingston.eu. They were very good at communicating and told me that the KVR26N19S8l/8 is not a big seller but there is stock available but it can only be ordered by an authorized reseller. So a few more emails back and forth and they put me in touch with a UK seller. It's just a 2week wait now to see if they turn up fingers crossed
 

der_brennesel

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how about this? Currently have a 5600x but looking to move to 5950x like you with the blackridge 120mm setup. I have the asus 550i mini itx mobo
Check my Post a bit up, these Sticks run flawlessly in my Asus b550i with 5950X at 3200/cl16/1.35v


If you can tolerate a fan running at 100% every now and then the black ridge should be fine, if you can fit a 70mm cooler you can also go for for the L12S and mod an A12*25 fan to fit it. 5950s run very cool, but expect to hit slightly lower Turbo speeds (mine caps out at 4.9ghz, 3.8 allcore) with sff coolers

PS: on Asus b550 you have to ditch the m.2 cooler and internal plastic I/o cover for this.
 
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Oizon

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Cool. I got 5600x for my sentry 2.0 but want to try 5950x with blackridge and 120mm fan...


would these be faster?
I don't think moving to 5950x is a good idea unless you like lots of fan noise, high temps and throttling. You will need water cooling for that and a compatible case. If you just want to run games then 5600x is absolutely fine, but if you are more into video editing (large volumes at higher resolution) then going for high core count is something to consider. Other than that it is not really worth it in my opinion. Anyways good luck with your build ;-)